Even novice meditators are able to curb their pain after a few training sessions in mindfulness meditation.
by Jill Schneiderman, guest contributor
Members of the audience were asked to write questions for her on index cards. Here's a glimpse at what was on their minds.
One of the pioneering teachers of Buddhist thought and meditation in the U.S. answers our in-house "wannabe" mindfulness practitioner's questions on techniques and focus, and the balance of new technologies with human connection.
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Perhaps your readers will enjoy this graphic meditation on being that was inspired by the book I Am That by Sri Nisargadatta Majaraj.
Leland R. Beaumont is an electrical engineer and computer scientist who is constantly curious about how the world works.
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A guest contributor reflects on how being still with life's deaths and resurrections connects her to the universe.
Good gosh this is beautiful. Ganesha and Buddha. Grass and lotus flowers. Mountains and sea.
(Thank you, Stephan Kot!)
This video is a compassion meditation of sorts, featuring the words and voice of one of our most enduring guests, Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh.
"Creating a photograph is like meditation, full of paradoxes that coexist happily." -a guest post from listener Monica Biswas with one of her lovely photos.
Our weekend exercise. Try this 10-minute bell sound meditation and then share your experience with us.
Live from the studio, we tweeted the best nuggets of our interview.
Meditation and contemplation take many forms. Often we think of this act of introspection and focus as being a peaceful, tranquil experience where the noise of machinery recedes to make way for internal silence and harmony.
A spiritual nomad looks to the night sky and yoga to "cultivate sacred places within my own mind."