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Two good reasons to stop beating yourself up: a Buddhist perspective

Many readers of this blog may not have to travel far to meet their harshest and most unyielding critic.  A few steps to the nearest mirror will probably do the trick.  There you can look into the eyes of the person who talks to you in a way that they would never dream of talking to their friends.   The person who cuts you far less slack than they do even their vaguest acquaintances.


Posted on: Aug 9, 2016

Too busy to be happy? A Buddhist perspective.

In our era of unprecedented busy-ness, constant communication and relentless deadlines, it’s easy to feel that we have no time for an inner life.


Posted on: Jul 28, 2016

Finding it hard to let go of past hurts? A mindful perspective.

Every one of us will experience hurt, betrayal and disappointment.  What matters is how we deal with these feelings.  As the Dalai Lama says, ‘Pain is inevitable.  Suffering is optional.’  What he means is that although it’s impossible to avoid upsetting experiences, we do have a say about whether negative events or people continue to affect us.


Posted on: Jul 7, 2016

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