Thich Nhat Hanh

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#MeditationChallenge: Try 30 Days, 5 Minutes a Day

Almost everyone I know who meditates, quits.  They get excited to start, but then they quickly become disappointed that enlightenment doesn’t look the way they expected. No, meditation doesn’t raise us to a state of Always Peaceful or Always Patient With Loved Ones. It doesn’t remove Self-Loathing or Resentment Toward Lots of People.   […]

By | 2014-08-06T10:09:58+00:00 August 6th, 2014|Meditation, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to Writing A Memoir

A funny thing happened when I decided to write a memoir of my journey of photographing, meditating and knowing Jizo. For years, I was on what I guess you would call a spiritual path, a seeking kind of thing. It started when I was 8 years old but heated up in my late 20’s. [...]

By | 2014-05-24T17:37:55+00:00 May 24th, 2014|Emotional Self, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Jizo Therapy: Bringing Mindfulness to the Yoga Mat

I just had to get off the yoga mat to write this down this morning. I had not, until this very moment, internalized lovingkindness while I was doing yoga, or aerobics or Pilates mat work. I am always pushing myself to do longer asanas, more reps, better form. […]

By | 2013-04-14T08:00:03+00:00 April 14th, 2013|Mindfulness|2 Comments

Meditation Using Jizo Therapy

Jizo Therapy is in its infancy:  an eclectic set of theories I have strung together since 1988 when I started graduate studies to become a psychotherapist.  The therapeutic qualities of Buddhism were only spoken of by Thich Nhat Hanh and a few others.  The brain-imaging of Tibetan monks was decades away and weekend workshops with [...]

By | 2011-07-10T09:00:36+00:00 July 10th, 2011|All, Meditation, Therapy|0 Comments