Tag Archives: conflict

The Restorative Power of Recalling Who We Really Are

This weekend I attended my first overnight mindfulness meditation retreat and learned about some wonderful ways in which early Buddhist teachings overlap with restorative practices. For instance I learned from our teacher  (Santikaro of Liberation Park, WI) that the original … Continue reading

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The Fight Room

By Elaine Shpungin and Dominic Barter Originally published in Tikkun Magazine on January 10, 2012 In 1854, Dr. John Snow, an early epidemiological pioneer, interrupted a deadly epidemic of cholera by tracing the source of the “poison” in sewage-tainted water … Continue reading

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3 Steps That Transform Sibling Conflict Into Sibling Camaraderie

Click here for German Translation of this post by Sven Hartenstein Click here for Dutch Translation of this post by Émile van Dantzig Click here for Russian Translation of this post by Nashev My two kids, ages 4 and 9, … Continue reading

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