The Magic Wand of Disidentification

Over time, the habit of recognizing and releasing deluded and obsessive thoughts has the power to return the mind to its natural state of clarity, contentment, peace, and inherent wellness.

The Enjoyable

In Samyutta Nikkaya 22:27 the Buddha speaks candidly about his meticulous and exhaustive investigation into the many enjoyable things about body and mind. He then sets out with equal determination and scrupulousness to uncover the drawbacks and perils of delicious...

The Game of Crazy Eights as a Metaphor for Awakening

The less we hold on to thoughts, behaviors, views, and outcomes, the freer we are.  By structuring our day to support solitude, we can use it for meditation and reflection in order to shed some of the trivialities that take our time and energy.  While this practice...