Zen practice stirs up a lot of energy and emotion, says Shozan Jack Haubner, and sometimes it can get downright ugly.
“How can I ever repay you for your teaching?” Thanissaro Bhikkhu answers this common question: “By being intent on practicing.”
Three books on Dzogchen reviewed by Sam van Schaik from Summer 2010.
Andrea Miller profiles the Buddhist Publication Society, the most important publisher of Theravada literature in English.
Gaylon Ferguson on the importance of sangha communities in the Buddhist tradition.
My friends are teachers, as I am, but in both cases we are not trying to teach each other. Rather we are friends learning together.
A panel discussion with Robert Thurman, Jan Chozen Bays, Bhikkhu Bodhi and Ayya Tathaaloka. Introduction by Ajahn Amaro.
Phyllis Colletta on the power of sangha after Thich Nhat Hahn fell ill and couldn’t attend his own retreat.
Thich Nhat Hanh attracted national attention during his historic visit to India as he encouraged efforts to reestablish Buddhism.
James Ismeal Ford on his time volunteering with the American Zen Teachers Association membership committee and its criteria for entry.