I welcome your comments, suggestions, and your stories. I moderate all comments so nothing will be approved for public viewing if you prefer to remain anonymous, or if you prefer only to communicate with me. That being said, “a lone primate is a dead primate”. We will go much further if we go together. So, if you can contribute something edifying, enlightening, encouraging, or if you are in need yourself, then please do gather at the forum. I want to hear from you, and I’ll bet that others do, too. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That being said, on this page you will find articles and resources that I think might help you along the way. They might be helpful. They might be provocative. They might be mind-bending. The point is that they help us think differently, see the world or ourselves differently, or edify us so that we find our fire which generates new internal energy to keep growing and moving ahead.
- Neuroscientists and the Dalai Lama Swap Insights on Meditation, Scientific American. This is a fascinating article on the neuroscience behind meditation and mindfulness. You do not need to practice Buddhism to benefit from reading this. I encourage you to read this simply because it lets you step into science behind how your brain functions when you practice focusing…and when you don’t. Why do we suffer from the whims and follies of our reckless “neurowanderings”? Can we do something about it? Well, yes, it seems that we can. Okay, but can we do something about it short of joining a Buddhist monastery? Read on.