The Illusion of Separation

The Illusion of Separation

Buddhism identifies Ten Worlds — ten states or conditions of life that we experience within our lives, moving from one to another at any moment according to our interactions with our environment and those around us. Each of us possesses the potential to...
Reparenting my Inner Child

Reparenting my Inner Child

Last year this time I was running a program called Raising Conscious Parents. After an incredible experience speaking on a live online parenting summit, I found that the Pause for Power material was really helping parents be the best version of themselves. I realized...
I Decided to Dance Anyway

I Decided to Dance Anyway

I was four years old when I took my first dance class. It was an Indian classical dance form called Bharatnatyam. I took to it right away, absolutely loving every minute of it. A few years later I enrolled in Classical Russian ballet. Such different styles, but both...
Really, there’s nowhere to GO

Really, there’s nowhere to GO

When will you be happy? When you have a better job? When you have saved enough for retirement? When your children have flown the nest? Where will you find inner peace? Painting landscapes of the countryside? Traveling the world? Meditating in the Himalayan mountains?...
Mind No-Mind

Mind No-Mind

Eastern philosophers and teachers for thousands of years have taught the concept of “No-Mind”. In Zen Buddhism it is known as “Mushin”, a concept learned by martial artists, practiced by the Samurai warriors, to achieve a state of complete nothingness, even if just...

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