It’s the third time the famous Buddhist leader has appeared on the cover of the magazine.
An interview with David Zimmerman, the newly installed abbot of San Francisco Zen Center’s City Center.
The ban coincides with multiple politically significant dates in Tibet.
An open letter signed by six former personal attendants to Sakyong Mipham says that the leader of the Shambhala Buddhist community “has consistently shown a disturbing pattern of behavior,” including sexual misconduct, psychological abuse, and misuse of organizational funds.
For decades, Talbott edited books written and translated by the Tibetan Buddhist teacher Tulku Thondup.
According to the Interim Board of Shambhala, the investigation shows that up until 2005, Sakyong Mipham’s behavior included “frequent sexual contact with women who were his students.”
William Karelis allegedly assaulted a 13-year-old who he met through his position as a teacher in Shambhala.
Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, LionsRoar.com’s editor Sam Littlefair explores the important lessons we learn when cleaning up.
A report in TIME said that Thich Nhat Hanh had stopped receiving medication or going outside.
Welwood was a pioneer in the field of East–West psychology and coined the term “spiritual bypassing.”