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Entries for 'Karen Maezen Miller'

Thursday, November 18, 2010
7 Ways to Make Thanksgiving Mindful
By Karen Maezen Miller

Of course you want the turkey to be done. You'd like the mashed potatoes to keep warm, the stuffing to stay moist and the gravy to taste homemade. You're hoping the pies turn out, the guests turn up and the TV gets turned off. You'll be grateful to have it over with, but can you take a week of hectic cooking and turn it into a mindfulness practice?

The sages did, and still do.

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meditation, Buddhism
Thursday, July 15, 2010
15 Ways to Practice Compassion on the Way Home for Dinner
By Karen Maezen Miller

As a Buddhist priest, I hear quite a bit about compassion, that brand of unconditional love we imagine ourselves to be incapable of having for one another. Talking about compassion may be one reason it is so frequently misunderstood as something that we should be doing. But compassion doesn't need doing. It exists already in the harmony of things just the way they are.

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personal growth, Buddhism

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