Equanimity is one of the Four Noble truths of Buddhism.  It means to maintain mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation.  I think we can all agree that this year has put our ability of achieving equanimity to the test.  The fact that we are in a global pandemic, has created anContinue reading “Equanimity”

Heart, Head, Body, and Soul

A person who is seeking self-actualization, is someone who tries to focus on their heart, head, body and soul. Integrating and growing these four areas, our emotional, intellectual, physical, and spiritual selves is a goal for many people. To develop our heart, or emotional selves, we need to develop our ability to work with otherContinue reading “Heart, Head, Body, and Soul”

Inner Peace

A state of feeling inner peace is sought after by most people.  We would all like to be free from inner turmoil and conflict.  We may feel as if we are making good headway and feel peaceful in our hearts.  Then… Our computer crashes right before we sit down to write our blog that needsContinue reading “Inner Peace”