It’s so simple—sit down, pay attention, and open your heart to life—but it’s not so easy. Leading meditation teachers Jack Kornfield and Trudy Goodman answer your questions about mindfulness practice so you can accept its invitation to a more present and loving life.
Trudy Goodman reflects on the crisis in Ukraine and increasing conflict throughout the world, and the Buddhist teachings we must take to heart at this time.
Leaving a relationship may seem like an escape or failure, but Trudy Goodman says it can be the best choice for everyone.
In this complex and interconnected world, living ethically has never been more challenging—or more important. Jan Willis, Rebecca Li, Trudy Goodman, Thanissaro Bhikku, and Sister True Dedication share the five Buddhist precepts for modern times. Illustrations by Nolan Pelletier. 1. Don’t Kill Jan Willis on the first precept. I’ve long considered verse 183 of the […]
Our basic problem, says Trudy Goodman, is ignoring the reality of impermanence. Being mindful in the moment, appreciating this flowing, interconnected life, we miraculously free ourselves from habitual patterns.
George Floyd’s mother couldn’t come running when he called for her, says Trudy Goodman. But mothers of the human family did come running, pouring out to call for racial justice.
Buddhist teacher Trudy Goodman looks at the history and harm of sexual misconduct by Buddhist teachers, and what we can do to stop it.
Leading Buddhist teachers Jack Kornfield and Trudy Goodman join actor Sandra Oh for a wide-ranging and intimate conversation about their lives, the future of Buddhism in America, and their happy relationship as beloveds.
From the November 2012 issue of Lion’s Roar, Trudy Goodman gives a short teaching on “la bienveillance”, the French concept of metta.
Trudy Goodman and Kate Lila Wheeler discuss deeper intent of the heart: being more at ease in and attuned with our busy world.