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Just Breathe

As a busy graduate student, it is a relief to be able to take the time to just sit and just breathe.  Sitting in practice makes me aware of the ways in which I have been holding tension in my Read More

The Name of the Game

… is “Practice.” We even have to practice before we can practice, so here I sit, at the instruction of Sharon’s email, pouring words onto a computer screen, testing the technology that will accompany me for the month of February. Read More

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ON BEING BLOG The Enmity Remained

The Enmity Remained: Negating the Possibility of Change Weekly Column By Sharon Salzberg for On Being Published August 9th, 2015 One of the most complicated aspects of ‪#‎Lovingkindness‬ practice is working with a challenging person, called in some translations “the Read More

Illustration by Jason Lee

MINDFUL MAGAZINE Connect with Kindness

Originally Published by Mindful Magazine on July 22, 2015 It’s easy to feel separate from other people and forms of life. When experiencing the world dualistically, there’s a pervasive sense of “us” and “them,” or “self” and “other.” But no Read More