Monthly Archives: August 2012

Stress: How we create it and how we can reduce it through meditation.

There’s been a lot of research on meditation that supports the ancient teachings. Robert Sapolsky, Professor of Biological Sciences and Neurological Sciences at Stanford University has coined the term “adventitious suffering” – the mind generated pain of ruminating on what … Continue reading

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Meditation Practice: Another Benefit, Being Comfortable with Uncertainty

In our ongoing search for security and comfort – which often takes the form of wanting to know what is going to happen, we generate suffering. But so much of life is about dealing with the unknown, change, and unexpected … Continue reading

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