Samadhi: Cultivating Inner Calm and Collectedness
If you do not feed the brain words, if you have trained it to avoid verbalizing, the silence will come.
Put down the usual apparatus of knowing and explore a more fluid and free relationship with life in this course with Martin Aylward, beginning February 13th. Go beyond old certainties and worn out ideas to come alive in the power of not knowing.With Martin Aylward
Explore the intersections of writing, meditation and Zen with Natalie Goldberg, a Zen practitioner of more than 40 years and beloved teacher of writing as a spiritual practice. Goldberg is the author of 15 books including Writing Down the Bones, the classic guide to writing which has sold over one million copies, and is the guide of a new eight-week online course, Writing Down the Bones.
Join us on Tuesday, February 7 at 12 p.m. ET for Finding Freedom in the Unknown, a virtual workshop with Insight Meditation teacher and author Martin Aylward. In this hour-long free event, Aylward will guide an exploration underneath our usual mind operations and into dimensions of not knowing like non-conceptual awareness, embodied presence, and spaciousness of being.
Join us on this Buddhist Pilgrimage to Mongolia and witness a Buddhist renaissance firsthand in the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky—August 4-17, 2023.
Join us on this Buddhist Pilgrimage to India & Nepal and explore what the Buddha said there are four sites that every committed dharma practitioner should visit. October 31 – November 13, 2023.
For Meditation Month 2023, teacher Christina Feldman will guide us through the cultivation of samadhi.
A community on the Tibetan plateau navigates an ever-changing world. While some traditions fade, new ones are embraced—including basketball.
In this episode of Tricycle Talks, psychiatrist and Zen priest Robert Waldinger shares what he’s learned from directing the world’s longest scientific study of happiness.With Robert Waldinger Length: 43:56