When I’ve shared with friends that I’ve been getting interested in IFS, there has been a lot of interest and curiosity. I thought I’d share a little bit about what IFS is, how to practice it, and some resources for learning more.
I had a lot of fun recently writing custom positive affirmations for my Twitter followers. I’ve shared them below, in no particular order.
Over the last couple of years, I have become very interested in the skill of reading other people. Reading people is useful in every area of life that involves other people, which is almost every…
At the Monastic Academy, we are developing our own unique style of Circling, informed by Buddhism and monastic practice.
Circling is sometimes described as a kind of interpersonal meditation, where the focus space is relationships and social interactions, rather than something like body sensations.
The Five Hindrances are one of the most useful and practical numbered lists in the Buddhist canon.
In this post, I describe how loving kindness practice made me happier, and how you can start practicing it, too.
This post introduces Buddhism, an extremely useful and pragmatic spiritual tradition.
What you do matters.
Spirituality is about ordinary life and can be understood in terms of its fundamentals: perception and behavior.