by Erric Solomon Panic is Energy A sense of panic isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But how we deal with panic can make a huge
Phakchok Rinpoche teaches how to create space to feel more calm and lose fear, as well as slow down the loop of negative thoughts.
Guru Padmasambhava as the guru we can all call out and supplicate in times of freaking out.
These days we are all so busy that we often don’t take time to consider how constant doing affects our minds. And we might be surprised to know that in the Buddhist tradition, busyness represents a type of spiritual laziness. How can that be? If we’re doing all the time, how can we be lazy?
Being with and caring for those who are dying is a spiritual experience, more than a medical one. When someone is dying we enter a
Anxiety arises for almost all sentient beings in certain situations. And there are times when worry can be useful or productive. A little stress can make us sharper, or enhance our performance at times. Yet humans, and particularly modern humans, now often seem to experience constant or chronic low-level anxiety.
Loneliness: What’s Going on in Our Lives? Researchers are noting that large numbers of people report chronic feelings of loneliness. The numbers are so staggering
FOMO, or “fear of missing out,” afflicts many of us more dramatically in our hyper-connected world than it did in the past. Thanks to constant
By Erric Solomon The holidays are supposed to be a time of joyous celebration with extended family and friends. Yet many people dread the family
Tulku Migmar explains that Mindfulness is an exercise everyone can practice, notwithstanding their religion or lifestyle.