Taking the Ecosattva Path
Ines Sun invites us to breathe, take a sip, and touch brush to paper.By Julia Travers
Because the past is what it is and, as a result, I am who I am, my task is to embrace the whole of my life without denial or revulsion.
This is a six-part online course about the journey from isolation and contraction to connection and expansion. Enroll today to walk this path with Sharon beginning November 13.With Sharon Salzberg
Join us on December 4, 2023 at 2 p.m. ET for a conversation with Scott Tusa on opening your heart through teachings on the four boundless states.
Tricycle Meditation Month is an annual challenge to commit to a daily practice throughout January. This year’s theme is Opening Your Heart: The Four Boundless States and will be led by Buddhist meditation teacher and practitioner Scott Tusa.
Kaira Jewel Lingo discusses the path of the Ecosattva, exploring how compassion and equanimity work together to keep us balanced, grounded and resourced.
Wandering . . . But Not Lost is an intimate account of beloved meditation teacher Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s 4-1/2-year retreat as a homeless yogi. Renouncing the comforts of monastery life, he begs for food, seeks shelter, and even survives a near-death experience—challenges that ultimately offer a unique opportunity for insight into the nature of mind.
In this episode of Life As It Is, meditation teacher Oren Jay Sofer explores how contemplative practice can expand our capacity to respond to a world in crisis.With Oren Jay Sofer