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The root of suffering is attachment. This is so true, much suffering is connected to attachment in some form.and most often due to our attachment to delusions and wrong teachings.

Radical Self-Acceptance ~ A Buddhist Guide to Freeing Yourself from Shame......listen here.....

Radical Self-Acceptance: A Buddhist Guide to Freeing Yourself from Shame, Tara Brach, 2005

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"Protect the earth. Act with compassion. Our future depends on…

The teachings of Buddhism offer us a practical way to achieve the inner peace, fulfillment, and happiness that we all want.

Listen to Buddhism Speech by Jack Kornfield, narrated by Jack Kornfield.

Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned meditator, Still the Mind gives you easy access to greater self-awareness and self-confidence, increased calm in any situation, and harmony within and without.

A beginner’s course on using breath-centered meditation to calm a too-busy mind.

Pema Chödrön - Why I Became a Buddhist

Pema Chödrön - Why I Became a Buddhist. Met Pema Chodron years ago, around the time she first became a nun, in a month long meditation retreat that we both did. Even then she stood out from others there in the level of her sincerity and determination.

Have you ever had an itch and not scratched it? In the Buddhist tradition, this points to a vast paradox: that by refraining from our urge to scratch, great peace and happiness is available.

Learn how to break your habitual patterns & encounter naked reality. On Getting Unstuck, Pema Chödrön introduces a rare Tibetan teaching.

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