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Sorry it's taken so long to get back into the swing. Truth be told, we'll be catching up for a while. The past couple of years have been interesting with growth on the part of Sangha participation and yet there's been a steady withering away of our online presence....

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Pointing Toward Enlightenment

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Calamity’s Twin

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The Realm Beyond Right and Wrong

Days after the Boston bombing, Michael offered this talk about how all of us have the capacity to cling and become unconscious. He also points out that we all have the ability to move past clinging so that we can truly "run again" by looking outside of ourselves and...

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Cool Communication With Those That Are Hot

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Meditation Is No Fad. It Could Make Your Career…

The recognition of meditations professional application, in my view, is such a welcome sign. I should also say that I've enjoyed my experiences at Wisdom 2.0 conferences. My only concern with the article centers around the suggestion in the piece that the "code" of...

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Spiritual But Not Religious

Cool article... There can be little doubt that traditional religious frameworks are no longer speaking to new generations as they have in the past, especially in the West. In a recent article in the LA Times, Philip Clayton, Dean of Faculty at Claremont School of...

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