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    Ask the Karma Queen Paid Member

    The Buddha said we could drive ourselves crazy speculating on how karma will play out -- Still, who can resist the urge to try and suss out the exact consequences of their behavior -- or other people's? More »
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    Ask the Karma Queen Paid Member

    The Buddha said we could drive ourselves crazy speculating on how karma will play out -- Still, who can resist the urge to try and suss out the exact consequences of their behavior -- or other people’s? More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Mark Epstein Paid Member

    Buddhist psychiatrist Dr. Mark Epstein answers your questions.Buddhist psychiatrist Dr. Mark Epstein answers the top three questions from Tricycle readers. See the other questions and comments readers asked Dr. Epstein. 1- What does Buddhism say about "mental illness" and why does it occur in people? Is it considered a biological condition as it is in the West or not? And is it seen as an issue of burning off negative karma? More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Mark Epstein Paid Member

    Buddhist psychiatrist Dr. Mark Epstein answers your questions. More »
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    Family Dharma: Befriending Yourself Paid Member

    When my son Emilio was in third grade he had some struggles with math. Seated together at our kitchen table one evening that fall, I watched Emilio's frustration mount as he attempted to solve a math problem More »
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    Family Dharma: Befriending Yourself Paid Member

    When my son Emilio was in third grade he had some struggles with math. Seated together at our kitchen table one evening that fall, I watched Emilio’s frustration mount as he attempted to solve a math problem More »