Elizabeth Namgyel

Tibetan Buddhist teacher, author, host of the podcast “Open Question”

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It's often contemplatives — like monks, nuns, or meditators — that have the most to say about living a meaningful life.

Follow this Hindu nun’s advice on quieting your mind in anxious times

It's often contemplatives — like monks, nuns, or meditators — that have the most to say about living a meaningful life.

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