Sharon Salzberg, Judith Simmer-Brown, John Tarrant, and the Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche offer new perspectives on how to think about and engage with our emotional lives.
The teachers are asked “How do I know if I’m having a moment of realization or if I’m just deluding myself (still in ego)?”
Now that Buddhism has come to the West, asks David Loy, how are they changing each other?
When we can no longer bear the suffering of sentient beings, says the Karmapa, we unleash our full potential to help others and ourselves.
Ajahn Amaro examines the arguments for and against the arhat and bodhisattva ideals that define and too often divide the Buddhist traditions. He suggests a way out of the polarizing debate.
Richard Payne’s account of his experience with the Shingon tradition.
A koan as defined by Steven Heine, a scholar of Zen Buddhism at the Florida International University.
The Seventeenth Karmapa, one of the most important figures in Tibetan Buddhism, is making his historic first visit to the West.
An exclusive interview with His Holiness the Seventeenth Karmapa by Melvin McLeod.
Alan Senauke reports from Burma on the ongoing repression and the unbreakable spirit of the monks who refuse to be silenced.