This year, we’ve received a humbling number of donations and kind messages in support of our work and mission. Thank you.
New at Lion’s Roar Online Learning: a fascinating new series of classes about Buddhism’s Indo-Tibetan roots, produced in collaboration with Naropa University.
Join Naropa University’s Wisdom Traditions faculty as they illuminate the Buddha’s foundational teachings on the nature of mind and emotions, the Bodhisattva path of wisdom and compassion, and Buddha Nature.
We have four openings for paid student internships at our offices in Halifax, Canada, for the summer of 2019.
Lion’s Roar will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, May 8, at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art on the power of spiritually-inspired activism.
New from Lion’s Roar Online Learning: “Taking Refuge in Your Body,” an online course in developing a daily practice of self-care, featuring Cyndi Lee.
Buddhist teachers Gina Sharpe and Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara and psychoanalyst Pilar Jennings will discuss the student-teacher relationship in a panel discussion at New York’s Rubin Museum on March 20.
We’ve got a request for you: Send us a picture of your home altar, and tell us why what’s on it is meaningful to you.
We are pleased to announce our latest Special Edition, Awaken Your Heart & Mind. The Best Buddhist Wisdom from the pages of Lion’s Roar.
15 leading African American Buddhist teachers will hold public dialogue in New York City.