CC BY by Bombardier OK. You are here. Maybe because of the title of this post. Maybe because something inside you feels there must be something to this Tonglen meditation you am missing. I hear more
CC BY-NC-ND by jbartok   This week let’s wrap our head around  Lojong slogan 14: Seeing confusion as the Buddha kayas is unsurpassable shunyata protection.  This seems like mumbo-jumbo at first, so let’s unpack this.  
CC BY-NC by WonderlaneNow that we have practiced the four immeasurables of love, compassion, joy and equanimity we can now truly go to the place where the rubber meets the road: tonglen. With tonglen practice we
We have come to the fourth of the four immeasurables: meditation on equanimity. It might be the most important of the four, as without it we can easily lose our balance or direction.  Whereas the previous
CC BY-NC-ND by ConnectIrmeli This week’s meditation explores the third of the Four Immeasurables — the practice of Joy. As we discussed in the previous post, we practice Joy in stages, just as we did in
CC BY-NC by mcdarius In these past few posts we have been looking at the practice of the Four Immeasurables – Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity, also known as the Four Divine Abodes. Essentially these are
With mindfulness we watch our thoughts, simply being with what is unfolding freshly, free of fear, or unbalanced excitement and agitation.   Rhonda Byrne’s ultra-bestselling 2006 self-help book, The Secret, which, sold over 19 million copies