Meditation can be the key to unlocking our mind’s highest potential, if we employ a powerful enough method. Here, Segyu Rinpoche explains Juniper’s definition of meditation.
Lawrence Levy describes how we we benefit greatly from cultivating inner growth alongside the pursuit of outer goals. That way, we don’t have to overly depend on external circumstances for our sense of wellbeing and contentment.
Christina Juskiewicz illuminates how our day-to-day lives are full of opportunities to respond with a moment of discernment rather than reacting impulsively. In meditation, we train our minds to do just that, and it can lead to a more peaceful and effective way of engaging with others.
Segyu Rinpoche describes how we can reshape our daily lives through meditation, especially Juniper's Integrative Practices. He compares breaking bad habits to bending a wire over and over again until it breaks.
Segyu Rinpoche explains in this video excerpt that, you can find a “natural default of seeing reality the way it is, and you will have the capacity to be joyful” through engaging a path of meditation. With practice, we are able to diminish the effect of those deeply rooted patterns that cause hardship so that they are no longer able to sprout harmful behaviors.