6 Lessons I Learned While Staying at a Buddhist Monastery

SURAT THANI, THAILAND – “This will be your last day of speaking. Tomorrow morning we will enter into silence for the next ten days.” The Buddhist nun was dressed in pristine white robes. The warm light illuminating the room reflected off of her impressively smooth and shaved skull. She stood in front of a group…

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Hariharalaya Yoga and Meditation Retreat | What You Need to Know

Plan your trip to Hariharalaya. What to pack, what to eat, where to stay, and a typical day at the yoga and meditation retreat.

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How “Ecstatic Dancing” Helped Me Heal 10 Years’ Worth of Anxiety

What’s an anxiety sufferers worst nightmare? A night full of completely sober ecstatic dancing of course.

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I Had My First Panic Attack in a Zen Temple — Here’s Why I Went Back

I was certain that I was dying. How had a practice prescribed for achieving equanimity leave me shaking in terror?

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Use Travelling to Infuse Every Day with Mindfulness and Wonder.

Travelling Thailand I learned to soak in the moment and apply this mindfulness to my commute, waiting in line, and the simple pleasures of everyday life.

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How to Take Care of Your “Spiritual Hygiene”.

We tend to our daily hygiene but abandon spiritual routine with ease. Here’s why your spiritual habits should be a priority and how to take care of spiritual hygiene.

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Quote of the Day

Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves – slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future. Thich Nhat Hanh

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How to Manifest What You Want Into Your Life.

Discover how to manifest your desires in five steps. Experience radical change in your life by simply aligning your mental thoughts and objects with the positivity you wish to attract. Here’s how.

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The Best Meditation App for Your Phone

Listening to a podcast, I stumbled upon a recommendation for an amazing meditation app. Here’s what I love about it.

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Ask yourself this question every day.

“What if I’m wrong?”

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