An interview with Vajra Master/filmmaker Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche about what it’s like for a traditional Buddhist teacher to also be a filmmaker.
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The Dalai Lama inspires a new generation of urban activists who know that inner and outer peace are one. Barry Boyce on two cities where they’re making a difference.
When body and mind join as one, performance is at a peak and the experience is almost spiritual. Noa Jones talks to athletes about the practice of sport.
The story of a great Zen teacher—Taizan Maezumi Roshi—and his dharma heirs. Finding innovative ways to express their late teacher’s inspiration, the White Plum sangha is one of the most vital in Western Buddhism.
Going back and forth on the question of whether or not to eat meat? For a Buddhist practitioner, vegetarianism is something to chew on.
Andrea Miller profiles the Khyentse Foundation.
“I think I have some intellectual understanding of the Buddhist teachings on emptiness, but when I look at the world or at myself, I don’t see them as empty. How do I go from a philosophical understanding to a direct experience of emptiness?”
The January 2018 Lion’s Roar magazine explores the science of Buddhist meditation, with features on the science of mind and brain.
Noa Jones says that Bhutanese home cooking will leave diners breathing hot balls of fire.
Noa Jones reports from the set of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s new film, Travellers & Magicians, where both obstacles and blessings abound.