Zen teachings by Sekkei Harada Roshi
“When the heart is released from clinging,” said the Buddha, “then consciousness does not land anywhere. That state, I tell you, is without sorrow, afflication or despair.” Ajahn Amaro on abiding in the consciousness that is completely beyond conditioned phenomena—neither supporting them nor supported by them.
Anne Klein on the foundational practices of Dzogchen, through which we can meet the dharma with our entire being and dissolve conceptual mind into the “great expanse” that is liberation.
The Importance of Study: a panel discussion with Bhante Henepola Gunaratana, John Daido Loori, Christina Feldman and Georges Dreyfus.
Instruction on Mahamudra vipashyana meditation by Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche.
Todd Stein on how Buddhist communities are tailoring programs specifically for teens and young adults, making a big difference in some young lives.
Psychotherapy & Buddhism, according to pschyoteraphist Barry Magid.
Buddhadharma readers share their experience of Buddhist practice in everyday life as it relates to therapy.
A moktak as defined by Chong Hae Sunim, a Zen abbot, and Master Seung Sahn, a teacher of Korean Zen Buddhism.