Ezra Bayda

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    Ezra Bayda on Forgiveness Paid Member

    From Chapter 14 of our current Tricycle Retreat leader Ezra Bayda’s new book, Beyond Happiness, The Zen Way to True Contentment, More »
  • Giving Through Relationships Paid Member

    From Chapter 13 of our current Tricycle Retreat leader Ezra Bayda’s new book, Beyond Happiness, The Zen Way to True Contentment, More »
  • Where is the Joy? Paid Member

    Week 3 of Zen teacher Ezra Bayda's Tricycle Retreat, "Relationships, Love, and Spiritual Practice" begins today! So far the retreat has been quite a success with lots of fruitful discussion as Ezra takes us deeper and deeper into the dynamics of relationships and the obstructions that plague them. Ezra's Week 3 talk begins: More »
  • Being Present Paid Member

    From Chapter 5 of our current Tricycle Retreat leader Ezra Bayda’s new book, Beyond Happiness, The Zen Way to True Contentment, More »
  • What is Happiness? Paid Member

    Our current Tricycle Retreat teacher Ezra Bayda, from his new book, Beyond Happiness: The Zen Way to True Contentment, More »
  • Relationships as a Vehicle for Inner Awakening Paid Member

    If you think about your own experience with relationships you may notice that relationships are often more a source of difficulty than they are a source of love. If you think about this, it's not just relationships with our mates that I'm talking about. We have difficulties with our parents, with our children, our bosses and co-workers, and we even have difficulties with our friends. What's interesting is that, considering the amount of suffering that comes out of relationships, the Buddha did not add relationships to his short list of sickness, old age, and death, as the primary causes of suffering. But there is one things that's certain that we can all verify this for ourselves, relationships will often push us right to the edge of where we are personally stuck. More »