Balancing alertness with relaxation is important in our meditation and daily life as well. The last two posts about emptiness created an abundance of alertness! So let’s chill, relax, and balance with some compassion. My default that I return to again and again is the fact that we are all the same on a deeper more fundamental level. We all want to be happy and not hurt. So when we meet people (or animals) remember, “just like me s/he wants to be happy and not hurt.” This brings closeness to others. Compassion becomes closer and easier to practice.
Humility is life’s central pillar. Without it our ego puffs up. Our head swells like a hot air balloon. We fly away into another reality and lose our friends. Life becomes very lonely. As ego […]
May. 8, 2018 The Dalai Lama’s doctor has come to help – Pittsburgh Post Gazette The personal physician to the 14th Dalai Lama, Dr. Barry Kerzin, is an American-born Buddhist monk who is in Pittsburgh […]