“Meditation, then, can show us our true and genuine life, with its freedom, its abundant creativity, and its joy.”
Reginald A. Ray on how T’hrinlay Wangmo transformed an horrific incident into a situation of blessing through her understanding of karma.
The biggest mistake we can make, according to the Buddha, is to discount or minimize our suffering.
“Friends, there is suffering.” These words represent the beginning of the Buddha’s first teaching after his enlightenment.
What does it mean to be a religion without a God? More broadly, what does it mean to live without an exterior savior of any kind?
While Westerners tend to view it as superstition or symbolism, Reginald Ray argues that spiritual ritual is at the very heart of tantric Buddhist practice.