By taking a moment to look at our minds themselves, we come closer to discovering the nature of everything.
Erric Solomon shows how we can connect to our natural, spacious mind to overcome anger and irritation.
Our true nature is unconditional love.
Erric Solomon discusses the final of the Four Immeasurables: Sympathetic Joy.
Erric Solomon explores the third immeasurable, compassion
Loving-Kindness or Metta is a deep, heart-felt wish that all beings have happiness, and have all the causes of happiness.
Erric Solomon begins a four part explorations of the Four Immeasurables.
A sense of panic isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But how we deal with panic can make a huge difference. Train your mind to slowly turn inwards. Like a lion!
Phakchok Rinpoche teaches how to create space to feel more calm and lose fear, as well as slow down the loop of negative thoughts.
Guru Padmasambhava as the guru we can all call out and supplicate in times of freaking out.
Holiday visiting season got you down? Learn some essential mind-training tools for making those visits bearable!
There seems to be a lot of talk in Buddhist blogs, magazines and in real-time lectures about what it means for a guru to be infallible, if, in fact, it’s even possible. As I mentioned at the top of this post, it partially inspired me to write this.