Sandy Boucher on the dharma of friendship, grief, and macaroni.
Sandy Boucher gives a candid account of the tangles and revelations in chronicling the life of teacher Ruth Denison, who died in February 2015.
Grace Schireson, Christina Feldman, Rita Gross, and Lama Palden Drolma discuss how women are defining new roles as Buddhist leaders, teachers, and practitioners.
Sandy Boucher on her life as a student of Ruth Denison at Dhamma Dena.
There was nothing Sandy Boucher could have done to prevent the tragedy. This is a meditation on living with what cannot be undone.
Varieties of meditational experiences by Don Morreale, Michael Stroud, Sandy Boucher, Roger Guest, Joel Weishaus and Erik Storlie.
“I am not a spiritually gifted person, but my years of practice and study gave me an understanding of the task ahead.”
Author Sandy Boucher introduces the American Buddhist scene—its issues, weaknesses and strengths—to women interested in taking up Buddhist practice. Buddhism has traditionally been a male-dominated religion. That characteristic extends both to most temples or centers in Asia and to those founded by Asian immigrants, which tend to be headed by male teachers. Buddhist centers that […]