Zen Is All of Life: Remembering Roshi Bernie Glassman

Bernie Glassman broke open our idea of what Buddhism could be, says Andrea Miller. He fed the hungry, cared for the sick, and bore witness to the world’s pain. Photos by Peter Cunningham. Roshi Bernie Glassman never did anything by half. An aeronautical engineer turned pioneering American Zen teacher, he threw himself into mastering Zen’s many sutras, liturgies, and customs. […]

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Creative Decluttering Hacks: The Bedroom Edit – Better Sleep Council | Start every day with a good night’s sleep

Setting your intentions to get regular quality sleep takes some work. From changing lifestyle habits to being mindful of your sleep hygiene, there are a lot of factors to consider in the quest to get better rest – including creating a tranquil space to slip into deep, restorative sleep.   However, the bedroom tends to be a catchall for the […]

Can These Stress Apps Transform Your Life for the Better?

When your thoughts feel like a tornado, it’s hard to do stuff like plan healthy meals, or schedule gym time. Never mind falling asleep at a decent hour the night before so you have the energy to actually DO these things. Seems like an unlikely hero—but your phone might help. Specifically, via stress management apps. Stress management apps promise to […]

What’s the real deal with beauty sleep? – Better Sleep Council | Start every day with a good night’s sleep

The beauty industry is part of the big B club, i.e., it’s worth billions. The US cosmetic market is worth a staggering $62.46 billion, and sales in face skincare alone are projected to reach $28.16B this year. (1,2) Given society’s fascination with looking young as long as possible, these numbers aren’t all that surprising.    Here’s the thing – and […]

Meditation Advice for ‘Doers’

I admire folks who declare—earnestly, honestly, wholeheartedly—that to simply sit in meditation is the greatest pleasure. To plunk the butt down. To adjust the legs and straighten the spine. To breath and breathe and steadily, rhythmically, mindfully breathe yet again.  For instance, Thich Nhat Hanh. He wrote the following in his 2014 book How To Sit: “In our time, in […]