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What Would Thầy Do?

What Would Thầy Do?

By Kerry Horton Bennassar I would like to share some concrete things that have really supported harmony and happiness in my family. They have really helped my family have stability and kindness. One thing I do is to slow everything down. A lot of stress, […]

Interview with Dawn Jarocki, Co-Author of Once Upon A Tree

Interview with Dawn Jarocki, Co-Author of Once Upon A Tree

  Join us for a conversation with Dawn Jarocki as she shares about the journey she has taken to arrive here in this present moment as a mother raising her young son, living as a homeschool mom and teacher, outdoor educator, student of Thich Nhat […]

Mothering Lessons from a Three-Legged Doe

Mothering Lessons from a Three-Legged Doe

by Heather Panahi It has been said that the Dharma is everywhere. Breathing deeply and observing mindfully opens us up to the possibility that everything—a stranger, a lotus blossom, the clouds in the sky—contains the Dharmakaya within it. As a long time practitioner in the […]

How My Seven-Year-Old Came to Take the Precepts

How My Seven-Year-Old Came to Take the Precepts

by Leigh Ann Lipscomb I’ve had a home altar for meditation for over 11 years now. Though I’ve changed some of the altar’s adornments over the years, it has always had a small Buddha, candles, a hand-painted porcelain tea cup for rice and incense, various […]

Welcome to Dharma Mamas!

Welcome to Dharma Mamas!

In November 2014 a group of mamas gathered for a women’s mindfulness retreat to strengthen our practice: to meditate, to share together, to nourish our bodies and spirits with silent meals, to stretch and move and hike, to make art, to be in nature, to […]