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Shodaigyo meditation combines silent sitting with chanting to the beat of a drum. Ryuei Michael McCormick on how to do this calming yet exhilarating practice.
Associate Editor Noel Alumit introduces the March 2024 issue.
René Rivera on how to have empathy for the person you’ve hurt—and yourself.
James Lynch on why he practices not just for himself, but also for his ancestors and all beings.
When a loved one dies, grown-ups don’t always know what to say to kids. Gail Silver has helpful tips based on Buddhist teachings.
For Mihiri Tillakaratne, “aunty” is a verb. It’s what she does to support and shape her community.
Do you painfully flip-flop between indulging and resisting your cravings? Lisa Ernst on how to find freedom.
A new generation of scientists is studying the effects of spiritual practice on body and mind. Barry Boyce reports on what they’re learning.
You don’t have to be perfect to create positive change. Jessica Little reviews eight inspiring new books.
Buddhism’s four immeasurables aren’t just states of mind we can achieve, says Venerable Hui Cheng. They’re gifts we can give to others.