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Tonglen

On April 25, 2012 By

Tonglen – the Buddhist practice of embracing the pain and suffering of others
Westerner have developed many ways to take away the pain and suffering of others, all of these approaches require someone to do something to or for the ‘suffering’person (medical intervention; allopathic or wholistic and all the other therapies that are so prevalent […]

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Home is where the heart is

On July 12, 2011 By

If this is the case, then most people have a very limited home environment.
 
The heart needs to be safe to be open. Our past conditioning, genetic inheritance, and any ‘past life’ energies we bring into this life all influence our perceptions of who we are.
 
If we experience trauma as a child, actual or perceived, the […]

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Feedback from students and comments by Eric
“Perhaps you remember telling me when we were in Australia that you thought my bipolar condition would one day be “a thing of the past.” I had no way of knowing what to make of this at the time, but I never forgot it.
When you came here in February, […]

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The moment you become aware is the moment of choice.
— Eric Dowsett