A sign that we’re stuck is complaining about our situation instead of taking action to change.
If you haven’t seen FX/Hulu’s “The Bear,” spoilers ahead. Discover the Buddhist concept that runs through the series.
The Lotus Sutra, as taught by Shakyamuni Buddha, or Siddhartha as he is sometimes referred to, is a philosophy of empowerment.
Can people really change? Or does their essence stay the same but they can improve their lives. Buddhability explains that it is both.
Today we’re talking about what it takes to tear down your walls if you have trouble showing up as your authentic self.
Our guest is Tanushree Salvi shares the story of how she was able to take the steps to take care of her own mental health.
By caring for others, Alex Federline, of Washington D.C., develops a deep sense of worth and wins over his anxiety.
Do you jump to the worst conclusion? There’s a name for that, it’s called catastrophizing. Read how Buddhism can help.
After surviving a brush with death during an outbreak of violence in the Ivory Coast, Elysée Degre determines to create real peace.
Because of believing in her Buddhability, Jenny Cook decided to never give up on herself.