With the documentary film Unmistaken Child being released on DVD on April 11, we present our Q&A with its maker, Nati Baratz.
Eric Ripert is a Vajrayana Buddhist and an award-winning chef at the prestigious restaurant, Le Bernardin, in New York.
Claire Heisler reviews the revised edition of The Blooming of a Lotus, by Thich Nhat Hanh (translated by Annabel Laity).
Miya Ando, an artist who works with steel canvas, talks with Claire Heisler about the spiritual practice that informs her art work.
A look into Prayer Flags, a symbolic Buddhist artifact with an ancient and manifold history, and how they represent impermanence.
Claire Heisler sits down with yoga teacher Chandra Easton to discuss yoga, Tibetan language and studying in Dharamasala.
Claire Heisler on lighthearted Buddhism: “humor is beneficial for mindfulness training, as it illuminates the joy of being present.”
Clair Heisler sits down for an interview with animal-trainer and Buddhist Suzanne Clothier about how training dogs can help our own practice.
Claire Heisler reports on examples of female Buddhists who are working to overcome the lingering gender issues in Buddhism.
Claire Heisler talks to writer Allan Appel about Judaism, Buddhism, and the importance of the human nose.