In this post, I’ll summarize Miles Bukiet’s paper, Monasteries of the Future, incorporating my own experiences and learnings from my time at the Monastic Academy.
In this post, I will share how I would describe the problems we face collectively as a species and on this planet, largely based on my training at the Monastic Academy.
At the Monastic Academy, we are trying to create trustworthy leaders. That is the goal of our residential training program.
James and I wanted to build a better map of the productivity territory, and ultimately, to build a tool that interactively teaches people productivity.
In this post, we’ll explore how algorithms can inform meditation instruction and the student-teacher relationship.
In this post, we’ll explore how meditation techniques can improve our decision-making skills.
In this post, I’ll share one of several meditation techniques that have dramatically changed my meditation practice and life: Mindful Review.
Most Western strategic thought takes place in a means-ends framework. In this post, I’ll discuss an alternative to means-ends strategic thinking: conditions-consequences.
The longer I train in monasteries, the more I become interested in monasteries as social institutions, and in aspects that are incidental to their purpose. This includes the social, political, economic, technological, and historical dimensions of monasteries.
In this post, we’ll look at a practical example of a meditation technique that makes explicit use of algorithms, Soryu Forall’s Distraction Algorithm.