Members of the San Francisco Zen Center, in its fiftieth year, join a forum on how it approaches issues important to those practicing Buddhism in the west.
Sometimes a teacher will come into our lives at just the right time, regardless of whether we’re looking for one or even know we need one.
Andrea Miller profiles the Rangjung Yeshe Insitute.
Buddhadharma sits down with Johanna Demetrakas to discuss her latest film, Crazy Wisdom: The Life and Times of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from the Summer 2012 issue of Buddhadharma.
Review of “White Lama: The Life of Tantric Yogi Theos Bernard, Tibet’s Lost Emissary to the New World”, by Douglas Veenhof.
In a country ravaged by poverty, violence, and AIDS, Thanissara and Kittisaro are finding ways to make a difference in people’s lives.
Carolyn Rose Gimian reflects on modern-day practitioners’ ambivalent commitment to the three jewels and considers what we might be losing.
Everything is either wisdom or a distortion of wisdom, says Anne Carolyn Klein. Once we see this, we can relax and follow the path.
John Welwood, Andrew Holecek, and Grace Schireson look at bringing together Western psychology and Buddhism to support one’s practice.