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Deep Training at Shambhala Mountain Center

Deep Training at Shambhala Mountain Center

  In March 2017, Susan Chapman and Greg Heffron led a deep 5-day training at ...
The Conversation that Saved the World

The Conversation that Saved the World

What if I told you that one single conversation already saved your life? Would you ...
Greg Heffron: Positive Interruptions Help Us Rediscover Our Mindfulness

Greg Heffron: Positive Interruptions Help Us Rediscover Our Mindfulness

In this short clip from a training in France, Senior Teacher Greg Heffron reminds us ...
Are You Part of ‘The Distraction Economy?’

Are You Part of ‘The Distraction Economy?’

Do you want or need to be a player in “The Distraction Economy?” If not, ...
“We have to be fully present in our prayers. We have to be fully present with each other.”

“We have to be fully present in our prayers. We have to be fully present with each other.”

Global peace advocate and meditation ambassador Richard Reoch, writing from the intersection of mindfulness and ...
Discovering the ‘We’ in We-First

Discovering the ‘We’ in We-First

Danish director Asger Leth shows that humans are all different, and in our differences, we are ...
Silence is Communication

Silence is Communication

“The process of communication can be beautiful, if we see it in terms of simplicity ...
Healing Self-Doubt Means Allowing Space and Nurturing

Healing Self-Doubt Means Allowing Space and Nurturing

Where “Mindful Presence” meets “Encouragement.” When others are filled with self-doubt, to help show the way ...
The Buddhist View of Awake Anger

The Buddhist View of Awake Anger

What does the Buddhist meditation tradition have to say about Green Light Anger? In that ...
When Awake Body meets Tender Heart

When Awake Body meets Tender Heart

Artistic expression happens when our innate Awake Body meets the depth of our Tender Heart. ...
The Importance of Empathy in Everyday Life

The Importance of Empathy in Everyday Life

“Trying to understand other people’s experiences and perspectives is what we call empathy. There are, ...