“Meditation and Parenting as Medicine” was written by Jaya Kula student Sahaji Fisher. Being a mother to my son is a potent medicine that has opened my heart. Through the process of mothering, a curiosity about life has blossomed inside me. I’ve been born into a larger version of myself through giving up who I thought I was and… Read More
Meditation postures are often difficult to maintain at first. Try to work with your body in a friendly, playful, experimental way. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
Each morning, my Tibetan housemate filled copper offering bowls to the brim with fresh water. She then walked slowly and steadily to the altar room, her gaze undistracted so as not to spill any precious drops along the way. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
While many wonderful meditation practices are rightly done with eyes closed, teachers of direct realization will generally insist upon an eyes-open meditation posture. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
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