Committing to a regular meditation practice and trying not to do harm to others or our self cultivates an inner strength that is peaceful. When outer circumstances are pushing our buttons, our inner peace is a buffer to not lose our cool. At the same time we maintain perspective and concern for others.
Meditation and mindfulness are like dance-partners. They each support the other gracefully. There are two types of meditation: focused (shamatha) and contemplative (analytical). Focused meditation also is translated as calm abiding, concentration, and single-pointed meditation. […]
Jun. 23 Sun. 2019 Meditation training for medical professionals (doctors, nurses & caregivers) “Putting Water on Health Professional Burnout” Message from Barry Kerzin Burnout in the health professions is becoming ubiquitous. It seems to affect […]
Jun. 29 Sat.-30 Sun.2019 Meditation Retreat in Yugawara Kanagawa prefecture “Meditation as a Way of Life” Message from Barry Kerzin Meditation is a way of life. How do we integrate it into our daily lives? […]