03 | 19 | 21

Season 1, Episode Two: “Buddhas Don’t Play Tambourines.”

Today’s topic: COMMUNITY! Asian communities have been practicing Buddhism in the United States since the 1800s, with the idea of “sangha” always front and center. Yet, when the thing we think of today as mindfulness practice was brought over by white Buddhist teachers in the 20th century—from such Buddhist-leaning countries as Thailand, India, and what was… Continue reading Season 1, Episode Two: “Buddhas Don’t Play Tambourines.”

03 | 19 | 21

A reflective meditation, for all beings’ well-being.

Jess leads a reflective meditation from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, affirming the commitment to attend to the well-being of all those with whom we share our communities…and the world.

02 | 24 | 21

Season 1, Episode One: “A Small, Meditating Woman.”

Today’s topic: REGRET! “They flutter behind you your possible pasts—some bright-eyed and crazy, some frightened and lost.” Today Jess and I will be talking about the lives we’ve led—the lives we’ve failed to lead—and how to deal with regret when it makes its presence known. Is regret something that mindfulness can help us avoid? Should… Continue reading Season 1, Episode One: “A Small, Meditating Woman.”