Buddhism teaches us that there are 4 appropriate responses to other people, depending on what they need. We call these the 4 Bramavahiras, or divine ab…
Hi! Just a quick message to let you know I’m teaching a special LIVE class on Friday November 26th at 9 am Central! Class is $20 and a zoom link will b…
When my mother died, I thought my life was over-but life moved on. When my sister died, I thought I’d never be happy again-but life moved on. When my b…
The biggest mistake you can possibly make is to take yourself too seriously. Realize that on some level you’re a weird animal with a mouth that speaks …
Let’s take on the perspective that we are powerful. Not in the sense that we can control or change anyone/anything: but in the sense that no one/nothin…
Remember dear friends-life isn’t something that happens to you. Life is something that happens for you. The human heart can endure great pain and turn …
In my experience, spirituality is a deeply personal process-one that is to be experienced and practiced rather than read about and preached. I always h…
Here’s the game: there’s ego you, and there’s real you. Then there are thoughts, which are inherently neutral, but who do not actually represent who yo…
It’s not about you. Take nothing personally. Love thy neighbor. Forgive those who trespass against you. It all means the same thing: we must love uncon…
The truth of impermanence means, in short, almost every-fucking-thing in this world/life is impermanent-that is to say things change. Our inability to …
The basic premise behind mindfulness is that if we pay full attention to the present moment we will find perfection. It doesn’t matter if we’re tying o…
A recurring theme in my spiritual studies has been the difference between thinking about things and actually experiencing them. Today more than ever pe…