Buddhist Mindfulness: One Potato at a Time

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  “Mindfulness is the aware, balanced acceptance of the present experience. It isn’t more complicated than that. It is opening to or receiving the present moment, pleasant or unpleasant, just as it is, without either clinging to it or … [Continue reading]

Stressed Out at Work? 15-minute Buddhist Meditation to Rescue

Buddhist Meditation at Work

  Jane Stevens (Los Angeles Times ) wrote that many companies are embracing the at-work meditation sessions that “make for happier employees, increased productivity – even higher profits.” While other companies do not allow meditation since it … [Continue reading]

Ajahn Sumedho – Reflecting on the Conditioning Process – Dhamma Talk [Video] [Review]

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  Ajahn Sumedho's talk on "Reflecting on the Conditioning Process" was given in Malaysia in 2010.  "Enlightenment is awakening to the real." Bio: Ajahn Sumedho, one of the first Western Buddhist Monks, was born Robert Jackman in … [Continue reading]

5 Antidotes – Re-start Your Buddhist Meditation Today

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  In my previous article, "Top 5 Reasons Why People Quit Buddhist Meditation", we discussed Top 5 reasons why people quit Buddhist meditation. In this article I review 5 antidotes to reap benefits of Buddhist Meditation and to … [Continue reading]

Top 5 Reasons Why People Quit Buddhist Meditation

Top 5 Reasons People Quit Buddhist Meditation

  Having attained some sense of serenity and bliss, many meditators still quit meditation practice after a retreat.   Why is the honeymoon over?  What are the reasons and are there any antidotes? I will review the top 5 … [Continue reading]

FREE 10-day Buddhist Meditation Retreat – Vipassana [Review]

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  A personal review of  the FREE - 10 Day Buddhist Meditation Retreat - Vipassana as taught by S.N.Goenka. Vipassana (Insight Meditation) is an ancient Buddhist meditation technique discovered by Gautama Buddha over 2,500 … [Continue reading]