Tag Archives: Inner Peace

Refuge Prayer

As I sort through papers this morning, I run across the beautiful Refuge Prayer that was given to me long ago. This is a joyous reminder of one of my first Buddhist teachers –Thich Nhat Hanh ( pronunciation: Tik · … Continue reading

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Toward Liberation

The beautiful poem Sweet Darkness by David Whyte (from his House of Belonging) speaks eloquently of Buddhist meditation practice and the inner path toward liberation and true love. Photo Courtesy of Mark Baskett   Sweet Darkness When your eyes are … Continue reading

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Mothering in the 21st Century

Another Mother’s Day has come and gone and brought with it a great subject for contemplation. Think about that word “mother” for a moment. It can bring up a wealth of thoughts, feelings, memories, social and gender conditioning, and expectations, … Continue reading

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To Be With Peace

Resting within the still lake at the center of your being, you change the world around you and all those with whom you interact. “Our visions begin with our desires. Our feelings are our most genuine paths to knowledge. As … Continue reading

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