It could be argued that Ken Burns is the most influential American historian of our day, one whose medium happens to be film and television
No, we won’t be haranguing you to eat your veggies, too, but this is some advice that will help meditators and non-meditators alike.
In How God Changes Your Brain, neuroscientists cite ‘breakthrough findings’ that spiritual practice is good for body and brain
Powerhouse singer k.d. lang played Halifax last night and dropped by our Lion’s Roar Foundation office beforehand.
Mindfulness is a hot news topic. Introducing: Mindfulness Minder, a roundup of stories to help you stay current with the mindful-info-flow!
A pebble meditation from the Mindful Kids blog, inspired by the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh.
On February 3, 2009, the much-revered Chan Master Sheng Yen died on the way from the hospital to Dharma Drum Mountain. He was 79 years old.
Lieutenant Jeanette Shin is an American priest in the Jodo Shinshu tradition, and a Buddhist chaplain in the US military.
Dharma the Cat is David Lourie’s blog “on the rocky road to nirvana with a Buddhist cat, a novice monk and a mouse hell-bent on cheese.”
The following is from a series of essays on recovery as seen from the Buddhist perspective of the paramitas and the Brahma Viharas.