It’s possible that most Western Buddhists are “unaffiliated.” There is therefore no record of their activity. They practice off the books.
A teaching by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche on how to take the fresh and open mind you’ve experienced into the rest of your life.
There’s wisdom in loneliness, writes Rob Brooks in this latest post from The Under 35 Project, but it can be a scary path to find yourself on.
Internationally renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher Mingyur Rinpoche has been on a private pilgrimage since early June of this year.
In this Buddhadharma Forum, Guy Armstrong, Elizabeth Mattish-Namgyel, and Geoffrey Shugen Arnold explain what to expect from going on a long-term Buddhist retreat. Introduction by Christine Skarda.
A solitary retreat offers the opportunity to deepen one’s practice in profound and lasting ways. But it’s not without pitfalls.