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A Conversation on Love and Rage: Lama Rod Owens and Kate Johnson

By Lama Rod Owens and Kate Johnson — 2020

In this conversation featured in Lama Rod Owens’ new book Love and Rage, he and Buddhist teacher Kate Johnson discuss how the dharma can help us hold our anger and work with our rage.

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An Introduction to Rest

Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.

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The Emotion Missing From the Workplace

Sadness is a central part of our lives, yet it’s typically ignored at work, hurting employees and managers alike.

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Feeling Weighed Down by Regret? What Helps Me Let Go

If we can process our regrets with tenderness and compassion, we can use these hard memories as a part of our wisdom bank.

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Dharma: The Social Order

Dharma is a concept of social order and duty that sustains the whole universe. A person’s placement in a caste (varna) and birth group (jati) is one element of dharma. Jati is historically also used to determine social interactions and marriages, as dharma guides every aspect of daily life.

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Web exclusive: Ashoka—and his Edicts—the First Emperor of Dhamma

Asokan edicts dispersed throughout his empire were messengers of dhamma.

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Find out How Hinduism Defines Dharma

Learn about the path of righteousness.

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Black Masculinity and Mental Health: How to Move Past Outdated Roles and Encourage Better Care

Expectations surrounding Black masculinity, such as the requirement to be strong and stoic, have often prevented Black men from seeking mental health care. But it's possible to overcome this reluctance and make mental wellness a priority.

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I Have a Serious Physical Disability, but the Biggest Daily Challenges Are with My Mindset

The ongoing dialogue I have with my own perspective and emotions is the biggest job I’ve ever undertaken. Exploring this internal give-and-take forces me to grow in surprising ways.

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Coping with Depression and Disability

Often, disabled people have their disability treated, but they don’t have their emotional or spiritual needs addressed.

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When a Physical Disability Keeps You from Getting Mental Health Help

Depression and suicidal ideation are more likely among people with disabilities due to factors like abuse, isolation, and stressors related to poverty, among others.

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