News Round Up w/e 2nd April 2021
News and snippets from Zen cyber-space
This week from Zen cyberspace: Making bread as a tool for mediation, the space where western psychology converges with Buddhism and a Zen Master answers questions from Children.
Bread of Life - Lion's Roar Making bread requires the acceptance of both the imperfect and the impermanent, says Elissa Altman. She shares her thoughts on the meditative process of bread making and a recipe for a classic bloomer loaf — “a wonderful bread to learn on.”
An Act of Conscience - Tricycle: The Buddhist Review The power of walking.
The Dalai Lama Says Nurses are like Bodhisattvas The Dalai Lama gives a Dharma talk with Tricycle Magazine.
Is Nothing Something? - Lion's Roar Children have a special place in the Plum Village tradition of Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh.
Similar ideas between Buddhism and western psychology - Big Think Buddhism and Western science converge on a number of ideas.
Why Mindfulness Isn't About Control - Mindful Ubiquitous though it is, the effort to always control the situations and people in our lives doesn’t serve us. Here’s why you may want to lose it.
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