Five Buddhist teachers share practices to clear away the poisons that cause suffering and obscure your natural enlightenment.
Enjoy this introduction to the teachings and meditations of Tsoknyi Rinpoche.
An excerpt from “Science and Philosophy in the Indian Buddhist Classics, Volume 2: The Mind” on Buddhist understandings of consciousness.
The way to bodhicitta, the mind of compassion, is marked by the fifty-nine lojong slogans. Gaylon Ferguson points us in the right direction.
According to Yogacara, or “mind-only” teachings, everything we experience is a construct of consciousness. Guo Gu explains how it all works.
In his new book, “Superiority Conceit in Buddhist Traditions,” Bhikkhu Analayo investigates some of the ways we as Buddhists have deluded ourselves about the “other.”
Roshi Joan Halifax on whether this pandemic might lead us to new possibilities and more meaningful connections with each other.
Buddhist teacher and scholar Jan Willis on the Buddha’s central teaching — his diagnosis and cure for suffering.
Menakem discusses the practices and insights shared in his NYT bestseller, “My Grandmother’s Hands.”
Randy Rosenthal interviews the award-winning translator, whose new book, “China Root,” goes deep into the Taoist origins of Chan (Zen).