Mindfulness

  • February is Meditation Month! Paid Member

    This year, a few of us in the Tricycle office promised ourselves to spend a little less time stalking getting to know others online and a little more time getting to know ourselves on the mat. Well, a month has passed and we need some help committing. Lucky for us, it’s Meditation Month! What is Meditation Month, you ask? We’re committing to sit every day in February, rain or shine, good days and bad, through headache, hunger, and polar vortexes. No excuses. We’ll be sharing our victories, failures, and everything in between right here on the Tricycle blog. Throughout the month, we’ll also post meditation tips, tricks, and articles to help you—and us—along on our meditation journey. Here are the specifics: More »
  • Your Brain on Neuroscience Paid Member

    “We (the undivided divinity operating within us) have dreamt the world. We have dreamt it as firm, mysterious, visible, ubiquitous in space and durable in time; but in its architecture we have allowed tenuous and eternal crevices of unreason which tell us it is false.” —Jorge Luis Borges More »
  • Tricycle Talks: Sharon Salzberg & Real Happiness at Work Paid Member

    Tricycle Talks: Now in iTunes More »
  • Tricycle's Top 13 of 2013 Paid Member

    It was a good year. And to showcase just how good, we've put together the crème de la crème of Tricycle in 2013. From the story of how Tibetan Buddhism really came to America, to the hilarious ups and downs on the path to enlightenment, to HHDL as an angry Marxist, our list below (with clickable images!) has it all. This year, we also introducted Tricycle Original Shorts and featured 12 eclectic teachers in our online retreats. Let us know if we missed anything and what your favorites of 2013 were in the comments section. And Happy New Year! From the magazine: More »
  • Running with the Sakyong Paid Member

    Last week, the New Yorker caught up with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, leader of Shambhala International, to speak about human integrity, mindfulness, and the benefits of jogging. "When you're running," says Rinpoche, "there's a real sense of bringing your mind into your body and relating to what's happening." It's time to speed up that walking meditation, we guess. More »
  • S. N. Goenka, Pioneer of Secular Meditation Movement, Dies at 90 Paid Member

    S. N. Goenka, leader of an enormously popular worldwide insight meditation (vipassana) movement, died on September 29 of natural causes in Mumbai, India. He was 90 years old. More »