Michael talks about how the person in us who is sick has the resources to take care of the parts of us that are not sick. This paradox is the entry point of maturing meditation practice. Recorded December 21, 2010.View all podcasts
My mission is to translate traditional wisdom teachings into contemporary tools and make them available globally. Tools to create a culture of compassion and collaboration. I’ve realized that the habits I once thought were personal are actually internalized narratives from the culture we live in. Therefore, I believe that inner transformation and social awakening are one.
This is how I help.
Offered (at least) four times annually, these international, in-residence, retreats are often when meditation practitioners experience their biggest breakthroughs.More Info
Urban, non-residential, community-building offerings that range from training for professionals, to weekend yoga workshops, to day-long meditation events, and more.More Info
Professional development offerings with personal development as a side effect. Some trainings are even accredited.More Info
Accessible talks, given in different cities, on topics that include bringing mindfulness and meditation practice into daily life, mental health, and social change.More Info
These courses offer ways to delve into techniques, philosophy, and practice from your own home, on your own schedule, while connecting with others.More Info
The library is a free resource designed to support you in your practice, wherever you are, starting now. It includes the Dharma Talks with Michael Stone podcast, as well as videos, and text.More Info
Books I’ve written, edited, and contributed to, as well as a meditation app and CD to help you with your study and practice.More Info