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Letting Go – Pain is Natural; Suffering is Optional

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“If you let go a little you will have a little peace; if you let go a lot you will have a lot of peace; if you let go completely you will have complete peace.”1 — Ajahn Chah Many difficulties … Continue reading

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Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being

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Fitness is an important part of our lives and of our well-being, both physical and mental, and many Westerners are reconsidering spiritual fitness. In most Eastern approaches to health, spiritual well-being is intimately connected to one’s overall health at every … Continue reading

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Letting Go – Pain is Natural; Suffering is Optional

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“If you let go a little you will have a little peace; if you let go a lot you will have a lot of peace; if you let go completely you will have complete peace.”1 — Ajahn Chah Many difficulties … Continue reading

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Dharma Medicine – Insight Bodywork

While developing a somatic healing practice, I found meditation and Buddhist teachings gave me incredible support in developing a logical approach to health and healing. The result? Insight BodyworkTM, a young branch on the well-established tree of Dharma Medicine. Dharma … Continue reading

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Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II

Continued from Friday . . . “In both Buddhist psychology and Western experiential therapy, this process of experiencing and accepting the changing stream of sensations is central to the alchemy of transformation,” writes Tara Brach, PhD, a clinical psychologist and … Continue reading

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Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part I

Fitness is an important part of our lives and of our well-being, both physical and mental, and many Westerners are reconsidering spiritual fitness. In most Eastern approaches to health, spiritual well-being is intimately connected to one’s overall health at every … Continue reading

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Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II

Continued from yesterday . . . “In both Buddhist psychology and Western experiential therapy, this process of experiencing and accepting the changing stream of sensations is central to the alchemy of transformation,” writes Tara Brach, PhD, a clinical psychologist and … Continue reading

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Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part I

Fitness is an important part of our lives and of our well-being, both physical and mental, and many Westerners are reconsidering spiritual fitness. In most Eastern approaches to health, spiritual well-being is intimately connected to one’s overall health at every … Continue reading

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