Three teachers answer the question: “How can I know whether or not I should believe the thought I wish I weren’t married to my spouse?”
The teachers are asked, “how do I deal with doubt?”
Zen teacher Blanche Hartman, Tibetan teacher Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, and Insight teacher Narayan Helen Liebenson answer the question, “Do Buddhas think?”
The teachers are asked “What happens to our right effort if we lose the ability to practice or to work with our mind?”
The teachers are asked how to engage emotional provocations and self-centeredness in ways that turn us toward dharma practice and life.
Three teachers discuss whether Buddhists must in ordain to achieve enlightenment.
Collection Rubin Museum of Art | HAR#432 | himalayanart.org
Buddhadharma ask three teachers about a complex issue at the heart of tantra practice: guru devotion.
The teachers are asked about practicing without a guru, following the death of a teacher.
The teachers tackle the issue of unaffiliated buddhists and whether having a set tradition and teacher is necessary to practice buddhism genuinely.
The teachers answer the question of someone unsure how to balance her understanding of impermanence with her desire to live in the face of cancer.