The Buddhist tradition speaks directly about the hindrances that are encountered in the course of the spiritual journey. The Buddha clearly pointed out those mental states that hinder our concentration and obscure the natural ease of mind.

When we  look to our experience we see that these metaphors are not just  about some abstract philosophy.   Rather, they reflect the contraction and imprisonment of our minds when we’re lost in the hindrances and the freedom of mind that’s possible when we become aware of them.

In this course you have an opportunity to address central questions for anyone undertaking a spiritual life: Is there a way understand the root forces of greed, fear, prejudice, hatred, and desire, which create so much sorrow in our life and in the world? Is there a skillful way to work with these energies? Can they become an opportunity for deepening wisdom and more compassionate action


Your Weary Mind

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Letting Go