Self Care Tool: The Wheel of Life

In the Buddhist tradition, the image of the bhavacakra (pictured above) is a symbolic representation of saṃsāra (cyclic existence). It is found on the outside walls of Tibetan Buddhist temples and monasteries and is believed to have been created by the Buddha himself, in order to help ordinary people understand Buddhist teachings. Just as the…

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How to Get Started (When You Don’t Know How)

It’s disconcerting to know there’s a change to make but you’re not quite sure how you’ll manage it. When I’m at the crossroads of what’s next I still feel some of this. After all this time – and all this practice- I confess that the prospect of change can still skew my point of view.…

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