Music connects us to the present moment like nothing else, says Teenage Bottlerocket bassist Miguel Chen. In this excerpt from his new book, I Wanna Be Well: How a Punk Found Peace and You Can Too, coauthored with LionsRoar.com editorial director Rod Meade Sperry, Chen explains how to really listen to music. Playing shows, writing songs, recording […]
Apparently, no one was harmed, and the Tibet Daily reports that the fire was “quickly extinguished.”
Valerie Mason-John talks to Lion’s Roar’s Rod Meade Sperry about the Buddhist Recovery approach to contending with addiction.
The videos play on common spiritual tropes, and — Rod Meade Sperry reports — are just about as weird as mass-marketing gets.
Judd Apatow’s documentary about the life and wisdom of the comedian Garry Shandling — who died in 2016 — will air in two parts in March.
Rod Meade Sperry invites you to consider how a repeal of Net Neutrality rules could stifle independent voices, in turn impacting the dharma.
Further readings to help deepen your experience with Buddhist meditation, as a companion to our “How to Meditate” special edition.
The new video for the late Leonard Cohen’s “Leaving the Table” begins with what one might read as a meditating Cohen.
Today, September 22, is the third annual Global Character Day. What are the characteristics of the Buddhist view of a positive character?
Outgoing editor Rod Meade Sperry, who will remain with Lion’s Roar, shares his excitement about the transition.