We've never seen such a mass amount of media coverage about the weakness of bio-psychiatry before. It's quite amazing and one wonders where it will lead. Today the Wall Street Journal continues the dialogue: To flip through the latest draft of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, in the works for seven years... Continue Reading →
A twist on negative thoughts
The neuronal gossip that keeps you from seeing your mind in its fullness doesn’t really change the fundamental nature of your mind. Thoughts like “I’m ugly,” “I’m stupid,” or “I’m boring” are nothing more than a kind of biological mud, temporarily obscuring the brilliant qualities of Buddha nature, or natural mind. –Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, from... Continue Reading →
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