Tag Archives: mindfulness

If I Only Had a Self

On Monday evening (September 11, 2017), the Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County was fortunate to have visiting Zen teacher Andre Teasan Halaw practice with us. It was a very engaging and lively discussion. This is a blog. These opinions or … Continue reading

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Buddhist Psychology with Jack Kornfield

I was lucky enough to have attended a 1 day workshop in NYC yesterday led by Jack Kornfield, “bestselling American author and teacher in the the Vipassana movement in American Theravada Buddhism”. The main themes of the day were around … Continue reading

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Training the Mind – Thoughts on the Lama Gursam Retreat

I was fortunate enough to attend part of the Meditation Retreat with Lama Gursam this weekend (November 5, 2016). The Audio of the dharma talk is now available below As part of the morning retreat, Lama Gursam gave a Dharma … Continue reading

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Eating Mindfully

Eating is such a significant part of our daily lives, yet it’s so easy to disconnect from it. In one moment, our plates are full, and in the next, completely empty. What happened? We hardly tasted or consciously enjoyed even one bite. … Continue reading

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