October 6, 2015 This song is part of a final assignment I wrote, performed, and submitted for my Buddhism Psychology class.
Like a Chinese finger cuff, the more we try to escape or run away from something that brings unpleasantness, the tighter our grip becomes and we end up holding on to it. The finger cuff is made of bamboo strips woven together into a tube, with openings on either end that are big enough to […]
“…it is the perspective of the sufferer that determines whether a given experience perpetuates suffering or is a vehicle for awakening.” – Mark Epstein, MD, Thoughts without a thinker: psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective *** *** :: Freewrite :: The shaky weeks – two up, two down – do not a sustainable life make. […]