Don't take Buddha's Four Noble Truths for granted -- they are a breakthrough still unrecognised in western culture. And don't call "dukkha" suffering! [read on]
what is born and what dies is not anything I need identify with... [read more]
You are not the self you think you are, but you are not nothing. Discover what you are... [read on]
Who are you really? What's that got to do with Buddhism? Check this!
We never have the experience of others seeing us... The two-part remedy for shyness is:
In Buddhist meditation the process of becoming your own Watcher may be discouraged as being a dead-end, a mistake to avoid. I take a different view... [read on]
Is this the perfect cure for the ills of attachment: the pain-killer of detachment?
from the first moment of meditation we have a chance to question our assumptions - or to follow them blindly into the confusion they generate
Siddhartha, the Buddha-to-be, had a particular and extreme upbringing. What can we learn from comparing his life with our own?
Our underlying nature is fearlessness - having nothing to defend, being nothing vulnerable. How can we offer others this peace?