Feeling stuck in your Buddhist practice—or in your life generally—is a valuable opportunity, says Ajahn Sucitto.
From time to time, says Anyen Rinpoche, it’s important to take an honest look at yourself and ask, how am I doing on the Buddhist path?
A forum on Tantra with Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Anne Carolyn Klein, and Larry Mermelstein, with an introduction by Reggie Ray.
“I’ve always thought that making art is like jumping from the edge of a cliff,” writes Meredith Monk.
In his new translation of Dogen’s Shobogenzo, Kazuaki Tanahashi explores why even a moment of meditation is a moment of enlightenment.
A translation of Dogen’s Bendowa fascicle, from Kazuaki Tanahashi’s Treasury of the True Dharma Eye.
Norman Fischer compared the different English translations of Shobogenzo.
Stan Goldberg gains sobering insights into death and his own insecurities during a retreat with Ribur Rinpoche.
Andrea Miller profiles New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, a hospice service center with Buddhist chaplaincy.
Darlene Cohen shares how she used mindful awareness of her arthritic pain to push beyond her own expectations.