Breathing meditation is be trendy right now, but might not work for everyone. If you struggle with it, read more for alternative meditations!
We know that desire is insidious, and that inner happiness doesn't come from things. But does desire ever make us happy, or just not unhappy?
Today was the first day of a one week retreat on the precious human life with my favourite lama, and we discussed the origin of suffering (spoiler, its ignorance).
We all get stuck sometimes, in relationships, routines or mindsets. I've come from a bad place to changing my life, but how can I help others do it? Can we induce epiphanies?
Last year I was obsessed with spirituality. But it was with the Quakers that something unexplainable and truly magical happened.
How do you create intimacy: does it come naturally to you, do you have to make time for it or do you fear it? And can you find it within yourself?
I don't miss much from the country I grew up in. I'm only missing the space between the notable events and people.
It's been 3 weeks since I started my course in Human Rights, and this article surprisingly reminded me of the Buddhist scripture.
I was thinking about the cycle of suffering we go through, blaming our behaviour on our childhood. Can a little thought experiment free us from resentment?