Awakening Radical Loving and Compassion
During the 2020 Networker Virtual Symposium, renowned Buddhist teacher and psychologist Tara Brach explained how, even in the midst of the stress, anxiety, and trauma caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we can use mindfulness and compassion to undo our primitive, fear-based reactivity, reveal our mutual belonging, and awaken our hearts.
Tara Brach Shares a Personal Story
With so much of our lives being conducted in front of screens right now, it can be easy to lose sight of the world around us, and this can make for some tough moments with family and friends. Networker editor Rich Simon sat down with psychologist and mindfulness expert Tara Brach, who shares a personal story about cultivating mindfulness and patience in a digital world.
Tara Brach on the Power of Deliberate Practice
Our brain has hundreds of strategies for resisting emotional pain. But according to psychologist and renowned Buddhist teacher Tara Brach, resisting pain only increases our suffering. Here, she proposes a different solution.
Dealing with the Challenges to Mindfulness in a Digital World
It should come as no surprise that, in our culture, immersion in cyber activities far outpace the interest in mindfulness. But how do you deal with the trance-like quality of immersion in the digital world? Find out in this video with Tara Brach.
Deliberate Practice and Inner Transformation
Being compassionate and trusting is fundamental to our nature. But according to noted mindfulness teacher Tara Brach, it can be hard to stay true to our highest selves in a world that’s fragmented and fragmenting. In this address from the 2013 Symposium, she shares a moving personal example of how deliberate practice leads to inner transformation.