Category Archives: environment

The Liberating Power of Obstacles

The appearance of obstacles is often met with consternation and a sense of either reactionary emotion or the weightiness of necessary action. However, for meditators or dharma practitioners the obstacle is a powerful opportunity for growth and to practice the … Continue reading

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The Extraordinary Breath

The flow of prana or lung within the body is directly connected to mind and its functions. This connection is pervasive. Rather than thinking of mind as being “in our heads” or our “brains” the Ayurvedic and Tibetan medical and … Continue reading

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