Non-diet dietician Jenna Hollenstein’s new book “Eat to Love” paves a Buddhist path toward transforming our often troubled relationship with food and body.
When Eric Steuer discovered his childhood bully was now a Buddhist teacher, he asked him the question he’d always wanted to: Why did you treat me that way?
To change the world, says Jan Willis, we need hope. And hope grows from nonviolent actions, no matter how small.
Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, Buddhadharma deputy editor Koun Franz looks at what it all means, or doesn’t mean.
Relaxing the mind is a big goal of Buddhist practice, but to do that you need to relax your body as well. Sister Chan Khong teaches us a three-step practice to access a deep restfulness that rivals sleep.
Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, Buddhadharma Editor Tynette Deveaux shares the difficulties of caregiving and the truth of suffering.
Making friends with yourself is the ground, path, and fruition of Buddhist meditation, says Judy Lief. It starts by dropping your mask and looking at the real you with honesty and love.
Larry Yang takes an honest look at what it means to be a dharma teacher who hasn’t been, and doesn’t imagine ever being, enlightened.
Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, guest editor Cyndi Lee explores what it means to take refuge.
You’re going to make one anyway, says Anita Feng. So why not go big? You might end up with something more beautiful than perfection.