A Won Buddhist teacher on how we consume suffering and how suffering consumes us
TeachingsMagazine | In Brief, Teachings
Slip Free of Craving
A brief teaching from a psychologist
MeditationMagazine | Feature
Peeling Away the Promise of Desire
Why getting what we crave will not lead to happiness—and what will
TeachingsMagazine | Practice, Teachings
Overcoming the Vortex of Desire
Getting to know your cravings can weaken their control over you.
The Poisoned Cup
Our greed for consumption is causing ecological and social harm. Can the Buddha's teachings help us change course?
The Art That Opens
The creations of culture are far more than high-status objects—they connect us with otherwise inaccessible worlds that reach across individual time and place.
TeachingsMagazine | Dharma Talk
The End of Suffering
In his new book, Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening, Joseph Goldstein discusses the ultimate freedom our practice is meant to bring about.
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Insights
Love Becomes Her
Nicole Daedone thought she wanted a bicycle. What she really wanted was love.
More is Always on the Way
I was on the bus to work the other day, when a taxi passed by bearing the slogan: ‘More is always on the way’. It turned out to be an advert for holidays to Turkey. More…
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