Fear. Anger……how can we decrease the suffering experienced by these emotions? In this free video series, Jack Kornfield, PhD Clinical Psychologist and Buddhist monk, shares teachings from the wisdom traditions that help us to break away from the bonds of negative emotion and alleviate our suffering.
The Shambhala Mountain Center is offering four days of free online teachings from world-renowned illuminaries such as Dr. Rick Hanson (a personal favourite of mine!), thought-provoking Robert Wright (Princeton University), Dr. Kelly McGonigal, Sharon Salzberg and many others.
This online summit should be an interesting exploration into Buddhism and meditation, starting Nov 13 to 16.
If you are interested in checking out this opportunity, CLICK HERE!
Ever wondered what it means when someone bows to you with hands to heart and says, “Namaste“?
Here is one lovely explanation:
My soul honours your soul. I honour the place in you where the entire universe resides. I honour the light, love, truth, beauty and peace in you because it is also in me. In sharing these things we are united, we are the same. We are one.
Forgiveness does not condone the actions of others. It is about cultivating an attitude that frees you from the prison of negative emotion. This is what renowned author, speaker and clinical psychologist Jack Kornfield says about forgiveness.