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Chronic pain is hard, especially when we don’t know why we’re experiencing it. In this post, I talk about a fortuitous event that provided an answer, and how my background in Buddhism led to lasting solutions.February 4, 2019
It’s easy to think that calming the mind is the sole purpose of meditation. In this post, I explain that it’s really just a starting point. The real objective of Buddhist meditation practice is obtaining the view.January 30, 2019
The basis of mindfulness meditation is awareness. So, what’s the big deal about awareness? In this post, I talk about ordinary awareness, how important it is, and how it can be refined into pure gold.January 30, 2018
When we experience injury or illness, the body sends raw information to the brain. We call this primary pain. The mind’s reaction to primary pain is called secondary pain. This post examines how secondary pain becomes chronic.January 16, 2018
I recently read an important statement in a book called “Your Power to Heal” by Henry Grayson. It reminded me that stress is not a given. It’s how we respond that matters. In this post, I consider this crucial point.January 13, 2018
Kimberly Holman is a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Instructor with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maine and an M.A. in Religious Studies from Naropa University. She practices Bön Dzogchen Meditation under the guidance of her teacher, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche.