Beyond the Superficial Meditation of the West

Why all skeptics and corporate workers need to read Dan Harris’ 10% Happier

Alan Watts & Zen in the West

Meditation is the discovery that the point of life is always arrived at in the immediate moment. And therefore, if you meditate for an ulterior motive — that is to say, to improve your mind, to improve your character, to be more efficient in life — you’ve got your eye on the future and you are not meditating!

The Mind in Neurotic Trance

Shame, Embarrassment, and Other Workplace Struggles

The Impermanence of All Things

Does Ego (and therefore Competitiveness) Serve a Purpose?

Wake Up

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