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From getting to sleep to completely waking up, working with your breath offers practical and profound benefits.
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From getting to sleep to completely waking up, working with your breath offers practical and profound benefits.

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Come Home to Yourself

Your true home is this body. This mind. This moment. There, says Kaira Jewel Lingo in this excerpt from her forthcoming book “We Were Made for These Times,” you’ll find peace and freedom.

How I Discovered My Breath (and So Much More)

Counting breaths—the simplest of mindfulness practices—took Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller on a profound spiritual journey. It’s one we can take too.

The Middle Way of Abortion

In America, pro-life and pro-choice voices are pitted against each other with some on both sides denying the complexity of the issue. Jennifer Keishin Armstrong reports on how Buddhist teachings could transform the abortion debate—and benefit women.

People in robes walking. Their hands are folded in a praying motion and they are all standing.

May We Gather

Read a selection of wisdom shared by Buddhist leaders at “May We Gather: A National Buddhist Memorial Ceremony for Asian American Ancestors.”

The Middle Way of Abortion

In America, pro-life and pro-choice voices are pitted against each other with some on both sides denying the complexity of the issue. Jennifer Keishin Armstrong reports on how Buddhist teachings could transform the abortion debate—and benefit women.

People in robes walking. Their hands are folded in a praying motion and they are all standing.

May We Gather

Read a selection of wisdom shared by Buddhist leaders at “May We Gather: A National Buddhist Memorial Ceremony for Asian American Ancestors.”

Come Home to Yourself

Your true home is this body. This mind. This moment. There, says Kaira Jewel Lingo in this excerpt from her forthcoming book “We Were Made for These Times,” you’ll find peace and freedom.

How I Discovered My Breath (and So Much More)

Counting breaths—the simplest of mindfulness practices—took Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller on a profound spiritual journey. It’s one we can take too.

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