Buddhist meditation teacher and psychologist Tara Brach has become popular in her hometown of Washington, D.C., especially among high-powered urban professionals. As a new profile from The Washington Post told us this weekend, she’s a “Type-A go-getter” whose weekly meditation classes and dharma talks draw people from many religions and walks of life. Click here to read the full WP story.
To get a taste of Brach’s teachings, click here to read “Bringing RAIN to Difficulty,” a guided reflection from her new book True Refuge. Andrea Miller also profiled Brach, along with fellow Buddhist psychotherapists Barry Magid and John Welwood, in “When Ego Meets Non-Ego,” from the Shambhala Sun archives. Click here to read that article.
- Finding True Refuge, a video series created by Brach that takes you inside people’s intimate journey into meditation.