Andrew Olendzki shares all that made the Buddha one of the most radical people who ever lived.
You can’t reduce mindfulness to just a single idea. Andrew Olendzki unpacks its many meanings in classical Buddhism.
As mindfulness becomes an increasingly popular concept, it is often mistaken for just “being in the moment.” Andrew Olendzki examines the Abhidharma teachings to uncover what mindfulness practice really is and how it works.
Andrew Olendski looks at why our wise teachers can, sometimes, behave in what appears like an unwise manner.
Andrew Olendzki reviews “The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity” by Bruce Hood.
Debating the Third Noble Truth: three teachers discuss what the Buddha meant when he promised the “end of suffering”.
Papañca as defined by Andrew Olendzki, the editor of Insight Journal.
Nibbida as defined by Andrew Olendzki, a Pali scholar.