About Coastline Meditations

 

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Nina Müller lives in Los Angeles, a lively and diverse city that allows her to learn from individuals from all walks of life. She is passionate about reporting on all things Buddhist, and her interest in the religion led her to earn a Master of Buddhist Studies from the University of Hong Kong.

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<i>Sing Me A Song</i>: The Impact of Screens on a Remote Bhutanese Mountain Village
Can Buddhism and culture survive in a globalized Bhutan?
Uploaded 12 Jan 2021
Savoring the Moment: A Balanced Approach to Eating
Reframing our relationship with food and health through mindfulness
Uploaded 14 Dec 2020
The Inquisitive Mind: A Zen Approach to Haunting Questions
Learning to sit with the big questions in the midst of the pandemic
Uploaded 9 Nov 2020
At the Dog Park: Rejoicing in our Common Roots of Good and Evil
Recognizing the need for community even when we crave solitude
Uploaded 12 Oct 2020
Dr. Eliot Tokar: The Novel Coronavirus Through the Lens of Tibetan Medicine
Understanding the complementary power of Tibetan and other traditional Asian medicines
Uploaded 14 Sep 2020
Like Balancing a Pot of Oil on One’s Head: Single-mindedness in the Era of Multi-tasking
Practical advice for today given by the Buddha 2,500 years ago
Uploaded 10 Aug 2020
Book Review: <i>Love and Rage: The Path of Liberation through Anger</i>
Deeply investigating white supremacy and systems of oppression in our world today
Uploaded 10 Jul 2020
An Encounter with Emptiness
Wrestling with one of Buddhism’s most complex concepts
Uploaded 8 Jun 2020
Ignorance in the Era of COVID-19: Society’s Failure to Protect Black Communities in the US
Insight into suffering extends to seeing clearly our systems of racism and inequality
Uploaded 11 May 2020
The Breath as an Anchor for the Here and Now
Returning to this one simple practice in these difficult times
Uploaded 15 Apr 2020
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