Before you fully embark on the path of the bodhisattvas and buddhas, says Sheng Yen, you must first practice the four steps to magical powers.
“Enso” as defined by John Stevens, author of “Sacred Calligraphy of the East.”
What we see as the worst crisis of our lives is actually a wonderful opportunity to discover enlightened mind, says The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.
Reflecting on the history of the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock Meditation Center, Jack Kornfield describes the challenges and tensions that have accompanied the movement to bring Buddhism to the West and the creative solutions that have emerged to meet them.
Joseph Szostak reports from India on the history of Buddhist pilgrimage and the challenges and benefits of this ancient practice.
To be a societal force for change, you either have to work from an outsider stance or infiltrate and work from within.
Review of “Buddha Mind, Buddha Body” by Thich Nhat Hanh.
Book reviews by Benjamin Bogin in Summer 2007.
Andrea Miller profiles Karma Triyana Dharmachakra near Woodstock, New York.