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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

Timeless Teachings: The Treasure is Revealedyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…

Timeless Teachings: The Treasure is Revealedyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

Timeless Teachings: Attention as Emptinessyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…

Timeless Teachings: Attention as Emptinessyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

A guided meditation by Diane Musho Roshi HamiltonGuided Meditationyoutu.beA guided meditation by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowszen.org.

A guided meditation by Diane Musho Roshi HamiltonGuided Meditationyoutu.beA guided meditation by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowszen.org.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

Timeless Teachings: Use of Languageyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…

Timeless Teachings: Use of Languageyoutu.beZen teaching from a talk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. For more information about Zen study and practice with Diane Musho Hamilton, go to https://twoarrowsz…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jan 24

I had a conversation with Sam Harris, who many of you know as a profoundly committed Dharma practitioner, philosopher, social critic, neuroscientist, and public figure. He invited me to explore some of the scandals in spiritual lineages. That resulted in a talk about ethics and emptiness. I enjoyed the conversation and found Sam thoughtful, present, and open to new ideas. The link gives you full access to the Waking Up App for 30 days so you can listen to the full interview and more. If you find it valuable, please share. Let me know what I did well and an

I had a conversation with Sam Harris, who many of you know as a profoundly committed Dharma practitioner, philosopher, social critic, neuroscientist, and public figure. He invited me to explore some of the scandals in spiritual lineages. That resulted in a talk about ethics and emptiness. I enjoyed the conversation and found Sam thoughtful, present, and open to new ideas.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 23

Calming your brain during conflict is a fundamental skill. I have had a lot of questions about this, particularly how to engage the four steps for practicing mindfulness during Conflict. Join me for a free online 75-minute mini-workshop on Thursday, July 6, at noon MT to walk you through the technique and respond to your questions. Register here: bit.ly/CYB #lifecoaching #reallifeprogram #integralfacilitator #facilitator #groupfacilitator #mediation #facilitationskills #professionaldevelopment #humandevelopment #leadership #emotionaldevelopment #lifeskills #practice #communication #relationshipWatch video on Facebook.com

Calming your brain during conflict is a fundamental skill. I have had a lot of questions about this, particularly how to engage the four steps for practicing mindfulness during Conflict. Join me for a free online 75-minute mini-workshop on Thursday, July 6, at noon MT to walk you through the technique and respond to your questions. Register here: bit.ly/CYB #lifecoaching


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jun 23

Calming your brain during conflict is a fundamental skill. I have had a lot of questions about this, particularly how to engage the four steps for practicing mindfulness during conflict. Join me for a free online 75-minute mini-workshop on Thursday, July 6, at noon MT to walk you through the technique and respond to your questions. Register here: bit.ly/CYBCalming Your Brain During Conflicthbr.orgFour steps to get out of “fight or flight.”

Calming your brain during conflict is a fundamental skill. I have had a lot of questions about this, particularly how to engage the four steps for practicing mindfulness during conflict. Join me for a free online 75-minute mini-workshop on Thursday, July 6, at noon MT to walk you through the technique and respond to your questions. Register here: bit.ly/CYBCalming Your


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jun 23

“I have made many mistakes in my life. Many. Lots of times I have earnestly attempted to communicate and only made matters worse… There are different ways to go about it. We can ignore the whole thing and withdraw from the challenge of relationships. On the other hand, we can come out of the cave, down to the ground and participate in the dense, bruising activity of human interaction… Learning communication, negotiation, and conflict skills takes time, patience and effort… Practice requires a clear intention, lots of repetition and a willingness to encounter the discomfort of the ego’s resistance when

“I have made many mistakes in my life. Many. Lots of times I have earnestly attempted to communicate and only made matters worse… There are different ways to go about it. We can ignore the whole thing and withdraw from the challenge of relationships. On the other hand, we can come out of the cave, down to the ground and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 23

“Some people would comment that we are making progress in learning how to get along. Maybe we are less violent than we have been in the past. And it is true that many of us want to change the way we deal with conflict, and learn how to work consciously with them in a way that is genuine and compassionate, as opposed to simply hoping that our differences with others will just go away on their own, magically, almost by some miracle. Instead, we are willing to take responsibility for these challenges and work with them in a manner that

“Some people would comment that we are making progress in learning how to get along. Maybe we are less violent than we have been in the past. And it is true that many of us want to change the way we deal with conflict, and learn how to work consciously with them in a way that is genuine and compassionate,


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Jun 23

Want to discuss the experiences and paradoxes facing masculinity today? Join me, Rodrigo and our team for a FREE 75-minute online call, Friday, June 16 at 12 pm MDT. Register now: bit.ly/rlp-menscall #lifecoaching #reallifeprogram #integralfacilitator #facilitator #groupfacilitator #mediation #facilitationskills #professionaldevelopment #humandevelopment #leadership #emotionaldevelopment #lifeskills #strength #courage #personaldevelopmentWatch video on Facebook.com

Want to discuss the experiences and paradoxes facing masculinity today? Join me, Rodrigo and our team for a FREE 75-minute online call, Friday, June 16 at 12 pm MDT. Register now: bit.ly/rlp-menscall #lifecoaching #reallifeprogram #integralfacilitator #facilitator #groupfacilitator #mediation #facilitationskills #professionaldevelopment #humandevelopment #leadership #emotionaldevelopment #lifeskills #strength #courage #personaldevelopmentWatch video on Facebook.com


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