Meditation Practice

Class 1: What is a Compassionate Relationship?

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Class 6: Karmic Universes - The Six Realms of Mind

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Class 5: Ultimate and Relative Truth – Is Karma a Real Force?

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Class 4: The Future – Intention, Aspiration and The Steps of a Karmic Act

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Class 3: The Present – Mind the Gap, Shenpa, and Habitual Patterns, How Meditation Works With Karma

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Class 2: The Past - Positive Remorse and Forgiveness Vs. Resentment and Guilt

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Class 1: An Introduction to Karma - Overcoming a Materialistic View

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Sitting in the Hot Seat

One of the benefits of meditation is that you become less reactive. You cultivate the ability to rest in a calm, clear space so that you can choose how to respond rather than habitually hitting back.

Embodying the Teachings: A Daylong Retreat

In our culture, we place a high emphasis on intellectual learning. Yet our personal growth seems to depend on how we translate what we read and hear into some deeper, possibly wordless understanding. Even Suzuki Roshi once said about his own (brilliant) lectures, "It is like giving you a recipe. It doesn't work. You cannot eat a recipe." 

So how do we grow the teachings in our heart and in our body, and in the whir of New York City no less?

The Most Worthwhile 5 Minutes You'll Spend All Day

It has never been more difficult to live in the moment. Many of us have lives so full of activities that we can hardly catch our breaths. We work long hours, sometimes on weekends, and have hectic lives at home. When we do get a free minute, our heads are full of thoughts about the email or task we didn’t get to. As great as it is to be productive, our busy lives can leave us disconnected from our feelings and bodily sensations.

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