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With Respect | Dr. Rick Hanson | Author of Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and WisdomI have learned a great deal from the people or organizations on this page, and am very grateful to them. Many of them are supported through the generosity of others, and if you were so inclined, that would be one more good thing in this world. People James Baraz Sylvia Boorstein, PhD Richard Davidson, PhD
Every Wednesday is Tip Day. This Wednesday: 9 mental exercises — zany but productive . Dorothea Brande was an American writer and editor, well known for her books Wake Up and Live and Becoming a Writer (a useful resource for writers, by the way).
L’Art-mano thérapie est un Yoga Unitif qui permet un langage créatif des mains lié à la parole du coeur, une saine rencontre avec soi même par delà le mental trouble, une Reconnaissance concrète du Je Suis toujours présent dans un "Défaire" de ce que je ne suis pas ou plus. Ce langage gestuel et respiratoire permet à celui qui l'accueille simplement dans sa pratique attentionnée, Un Lâcher Prise considérable des tensions invalidantes venant du passé, une observation claire et lucide sur l'anticipation ou le futur. En fait, c'est une situation de réveil en soi dans un monde pictural où tout se passe.
Beyond mind, there is an awareness that is intrinsic, that is not given to you by the outside, and is not an idea -- and there is no experiment up to now that has found any center in the brain which corresponds to awareness. The whole work of meditation is to make you aware of all that is "mind" and disidentify yourself from it. That very separation is the greatest revolution that can happen to man. Now you can do and act on only that which makes you more joyous, fulfills you, gives you contentment, makes your life a work of art, a beauty. But this is possible only if the master in you is awake.
Les bases du RamNam Comme dit par ailleurs, il est impossible de donner tout ce qui a été écrit sur le Nom et la sadhana du Nom. Sur ce site, vous trouverez un résumé. Par ailleurs, dans chaque numéro de RAMA NAMA figurent bien entendu des références. Mais en résumé il est possible de dire ceci :
“Most of our troubles are due to our passionate desire for and attachment to things that we misapprehend as enduring entities.” ~Dalai Lama Editor’s note : This is a guest post from Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha .
The most amazing Article I've ever read and anyone else would. This is what we should be presribing depression. by Sep 25
A Zen student came to Bankei and said: "Master, I have an ungovernable temper. How can I cure it?" "Show me this temper," said Bankei, "it sounds fascinating." "I haven't got it right now," said the student, "so I can't show it to you."
You can not create prosperity by thinking or talking about your lack of money. Focussing on what you lack, simply attracts more lack. Remember it is one of the principle Laws of Attraction that what we focus on grows .
Upcoming books and workshops! Learning about upcoming workshops. The Weight Escape .
Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Study Group Led by Roger Thomson, Ph.D. We are offering a study group on mindfulness and psychotherapy for clinicians who are interested in learning more about mindfulness as an essential part of the therapeutic process. The group meets once a month, on Friday mornings, and includes readings, case discussions, and exploration of the psychotherapist's mindfulness practice. Interested professionals can contact Dr.
‘Smile, breathe and go slowly.’ ~Thich Nhat Hanh By Leo Babauta While some of you have been following Zen Habits since its early days (beginning of 2007), many of you are fairly new readers. To help you through the fairly overwhelming archives, I’ve compiled a beginner’s guide.
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Home > Oasis > Writing Writing from Within Using a Journal to Examine Your Soul Every stroke of my brush Is the overflow Of my inmost heart . —Sengai, Seventeenth-Century Zen Master