Debating the supernatural in Buddhism with Judy Lief, Ari Goldfield, and Glenn Wallis.
When we know something intimately, taught Dogen, it ceases to exist and so do we. John Daido Loori Roshi examines this teaching.
Jack Kornfield on the importance of contributing to activism with Buddhist practice and wisdom.
As mindfulness becomes an increasingly popular concept, it is often mistaken for just “being in the moment.” Andrew Olendzki examines the Abhidharma teachings to uncover what mindfulness practice really is and how it works.
Sutra, as defined by Daigaku Rummé, a Soto Zen monk.
What’s it like being the Dalai Lama’s kid brother? Tendzin Choegyal talks about his struggles and the big brother who has stood by him.
In Utah, Buddhist scholar Charles Prebish is surprised to discover a Buddhist community thriving alongside its Mormon neighbors.
The teachers are asked “How does one deal with one’s sexuality on an individual level, within sangha, and especially with Buddhists in a teaching role?
Review of Footprints in the Snow: The Autobiography of a Chinese Buddhist Monk by Master Sheng Yen.
Review of When a Woman Becomes a Religious Dynasty by Hildegard Diemberger.