A 25-minute meditation practice to help you cultivate inner strength and a sense of your innate self-worth. Winter nights are long and cold, and we will warm them up by connecting to ourselves and seeing our own beauty and value with dignity and self-love.
"When your intention is clear, so is the way." In Buddhism, the intention behind an action is more important than the action itself. When you're driving, you need to look where you're going in order to get there.
Everyone seems to be feeling burned out. That’s because basic knowledge of where we lose energy hasn’t been passed down to us. Where does energy come from? What do ancient wisdom practices have to say about how energy finds us? How do we generate it? What gives us energy and what takes energy away? How do other people play into that.
I knew that working with ancestors was part of the spiritual path. It is there in the Christian teachings, in Jewish rituals, in Native American philosophy, in Taoist offerings, and in Buddhist practices.
Make your wishes come true over four 2-hour sessions. This class will keep you aligned with mindfulness and self-compassion. There will be science and ancient traditions. May your joy be a gift to all beings!
Does a past relationship give you anxiety, sadness or a sense of unfairness? Is there an ex or a romantic connection you remember with pain, guilt, a sense of blame, or emotional discomfort? Then this special program is for you.
Releasing expectations is a burst of joyful, positive relief. Experience it for yourself in this pre-recorded 90-minute sessions. Lots of science and lots of meditation. The result is freedom, joy, and clarity.
A mother is the creator and first teacher of all living things. She is the first person who opens our hearts to us, even before we are born. In this pre-recorded class you’ll learn how to offer her compassion and acceptance in a way that will be healing for you.
Why is imperfection such an important part of the spiritual path? In this pre-recorded lecture and meditation session we will talk about the concept of perfection and why being with imperfection is a central value in Buddhist philosophy.