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Meditation

Mahamudra Meditation
Mahamudra Meditation

Mahamudra is one of the most advanced teachings of the Buddha. Mahamudra is composed of two Sanskrit words, maha, and mudra. Maha is easy to translate: it means “great” or

Metta Meditation
Metta Meditation

Inviting Positive “Seeds” into your life We each have many kinds of “seeds” lying deep in our consciousness. Those we water are the ones that sprout, come up into our

Meditation in Theravada Buddhism
Meditation in Theravada Buddhism

There are two forms of meditation in The Theravada tradition: Samatha: Calming meditation; and Vipassana: Insight meditation. Vipassana can be translated as “Insight,” a clear awareness of exactly what is

The Bardo State
The Bardo State

The state in between Death and Life The bardo—or the “in-between”—has come to describe the transitional state between death and rebirth, but its qualities also characterize the gap arising between

The difference between Samatha and Vipassana Meditation

Samatha, often referred to as “peaceful abiding” or “tranquility,” serves as an introduction to Vipassana, focusing on stabilizing the mind through steady awareness. The choice between them depends on individual goals—calmness for Samatha and clear perception for Vipassana. By engaging in these practices, practitioners gain equanimity, acceptance, and a transformative understanding of reality.

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Understanding Anger: A Buddhist Perspective

Anger is a powerful emotion that affects individuals in various aspects of life, from personal relationships to professional interactions. In Buddhism, anger is considered one of the “three poisons” alongside

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Dealing with Fear

We all think that fear is awful and painful, yet the Buddhists—the master psychologists for thousands of years—don’t include fear in the long list of mental afflictions contained in the

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Walking Meditation: A Step-by-Step Guide

A walking meditation is designed to bring body and mind in sync while we’re out and about. And if you don’t like to sit and close the eyes to meditate, this is a great alternative that still trains the mind in awareness.

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