Some people think that cultivating compassion is good for others but not necessarily good for themselves, but this is not correct. You also benefit directly since compassion immediately instills in you a sense of calm, inner strength, and a deep confidence and satisfaction. Whereas it is not certain the person receiving your feelings of compassion will benefit. Tonight and tomorrow night I am teaching at the Camarillo United Methodist Church, and then Saturday and Sunday meditation workshops in Ojai, California. Please see our new Altruism in Medicine Institute website — http://altruismmedicine.org/ for more details.
Forgiveness is powerful medicine. It is a healthy lifestyle worth living on par with healthy food, exercise, yoga, compassion, gratitude, mindfulness, and meditation. Forgiveness opens our heart both to ourself and to others. It brings […]
Mar. 23 Sat. – 24 Sun, 2019 Meditation Retreat “Inner Disarmament: Change Your Life Through Meditation” Message from Dr. Barry Kerzin The world around us is chaotic and stressful. In order to cope with these […]
Living a life of humility, simplicity, and helping others is meaningful. It brings joy along with deeper satisfaction and contentment. These qualities are often lacking in today’s environment. Being humble counters the tendency not only […]