Random Linkage

2012 May 14
by Tanya McGinnity

Book review of Mindfulness: An eight-week plan for finding peace in a frantic world by Mark Williams and Danny Penman” via the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic 

I highly recommend this book and it is now part of our professional training required reading because it also offers a fresh perspective from which to teach mindfulness skills.

Via Shambhala SunSpace comes this video from Michael Stone on Mindfulness.

The Next Day – A powerful interactive piece from The NFB relating the stories of those who survive suicide attempts.

Sumeru Books have just released LAMA CHÖPAThe Guru Puja Composed by Panchen Lozang Chökyi Gyaltsen  and Transalted by Rob Preece

Lama Chöpa is a practice of guru devotion special to the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. In Sanskrit, lamais guru, and chöpa is offering, so Lama Chöpa translates into English as “offering to the spiritual guide.” In the Gelugpa tradition, there are many guru yoga sadhanas, but Lama Chöpa is the most popular and sacred text.

Social media for existentialists (Just because I love McSweeney’s and it’s pretty funny)


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