Monthly Archives: April 2015


Optimism has an addictive quality, sobriety is more like the middle way. Pessimism can be addicting too, if we’re liable to cling to points of view. The middle way doesn’t stand on extremes like “it’s rotten” or “it’s great, nor … Continue reading

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Recent audio

A few talks from recent retreat at the Theosophical Society have been posted. They focus on Seeing Clearly, mindfulness, freedom from views, and mindfulness with breathing. You’ll also find a new talk that launches a local series exploring the … Continue reading

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