Mindfulness is not about trying to empty your mind or stop your thoughts, which are impossible anyway. Rather, it’s about learning to be with your own experience, and with other people, with more warmth and honesty.

I began studying and meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition when I was 18 years old.

Since then I’ve spent extensive time in retreat, meditation, and study. I’ve attended many dozens of training programs including over six months high in the Colorado Rockies, numerous intensive solitary retreats of over 150 days in total, and many weekend programs at various city urban meditation centers. In seven different trips to Asia I’ve spent a total of 11 months at two monasteries, in India and Nepal. I’ve also been a student of yoga for over 30 years, and continue to maintain a regular practice.

In Buddhist cultures it’s an old tradition that meditation is offered free of charge. This is true in Asia but also in many western Buddhist traditions. It’s how I first received instruction and teachings, and I’m grateful to be able to continue the stream and offer instruction free of charge.

I began studying and meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition when I was 18 years old.

Since then I’ve spent extensive time in retreat, meditation, and study. I’ve attended many dozens of training programs including over six months high in the Colorado Rockies, numerous intensive solitary retreats of over 150 days in total, and many weekend programs at various city urban meditation centers. In seven different trips to Asia I’ve spent a total of 11 months at two monasteries, in India and Nepal. I’ve also been a student of yoga for over 30 years, and continue to maintain a regular practice.

In Buddhist cultures it’s an old tradition that meditation is offered free of charge. This is true in Asia but also in many western Buddhist traditions. It’s how I first received instruction and teachings, and I’m grateful to be able to continue the stream and offer instruction free of charge.

I began studying and meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition when I was 18 years old.

Since then I’ve spent extensive time in retreat, meditation, and study. I’ve attended many dozens of training programs including over six months high in the Colorado Rockies, numerous intensive solitary retreats of over 150 days in total, and many weekend programs at various city urban meditation centers. In seven different trips to Asia I’ve spent a total of 11 months at two monasteries, in India and Nepal. I’ve also been a student of yoga for over 30 years, and continue to maintain a regular practice.

In Buddhist cultures it’s an old tradition that meditation is offered free of charge. This is true in Asia but also in many western Buddhist traditions. It’s how I first received instruction and teachings, and I’m grateful to be able to continue the stream and offer instruction free of charge.

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