Compassion for Imperfection

Compassion for Imperfection

Results for "" What if you could love yourself fully, including your imperfections? What if you could love others in the same way? You might fear that by loving your anger or laziness, your addictions or your anxiety, that you will never change for the...
Identification with Self

Identification with Self

Articles One of the deepest and most demanding aspects of Buddhist psychology is the experience of non-self. Ajahn Chah said, “You have to consider and contemplate this slowly, you can’t just think about this or your head will explode.” It turns out that it is not...
Awaken the One Who Knows

Awaken the One Who Knows

Results for "Te one who knows" As your spacious heart opens, you can rediscover the vast perspective you’d almost forgotten. A spacious heart reveals the spacious mind. This is the mind that, after you’ve stubbed your toe, hopped around, and howled, finally...
Radiate Love

Radiate Love

Results for "love" In a psychology of liberation, selflessness is a therapeutic necessity. Even though the whole concept may seem initially frightening and confusing, it is really quite simple. It is only the small self, the self-centered “ego” that cannot...
The Reality Below Thoughts

The Reality Below Thoughts

Results for "trust"   As we observe our thoughts and question our beliefs, we come to understand that while thinking, planning and remembering are vital to our lives, they are more tentative than we believe.  Our thoughts are always more provisional and...

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