Clair Brown’s Vision of Buddhist Economics

Clair Brown, an economist at UC Berkeley and a practicing Buddhist, has developed a holistic economic approach, where the economy delivers a high quality of life in a sustainable world. Buddhist economics integrates sustainability, equity, and compassion. While teaching her sophomore seminar at UC Berkeley, Professor Brown learned, "You don't have to be a Buddhist to... Continue Reading →

Watch the Power and Care conference Talks

Watch the Mind and Life Power and Care Conference taking place in Brussels. http://livestream.com/accounts/5587887/events/6186028 The schedule of talks (Brussels Timezone) for Saturday and Sunday is: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 2016 Session 3: Perspectives from spiritual and religious traditions Time: 9:30-11:30am Religious and spiritual institutions are influential forces that promote peace and compassion and are concerned with the... Continue Reading →

There is no such thing as a “present moment”

In the final chapter of my book, I make what many mindfulness enthusiasts would consider a blasphemous request, "Offer up the illusion of being in the present moment! Awareness is not about being in the present moment. Awareness is beyond manifestation and cannot be contained within any particular moment. Awakened presence is the effortless, unperturbed,... Continue Reading →

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