If you’re interested in Zen Buddhism and philosophy, Eihei Dogen is someone to know about.
Samuel Bercholz, founder and chairman of Shambhala Publications, fondly recalls the life and teaching of Thinley Norbu Rinpoche.
James Ishmael Ford tells the story of the great teacher Robert Aitken — who died on August 5th at age 93.
Holly Gayley discusses the power of Padmasambhava’s foremost disciple and consort, Yeshe Tsogyal, and the life of one of her modern emanations.
Miriam Levering on the life of Miaozong, a laywoman turned abbess who stood her ground in dharma battles with some of the great Chan masters of her day.
Jan Chozen Bays looks to the example of Japan’s first Buddhist in response to the growing popularity of Buddhism in the west.
Andy Ferguson journeys through China with author and translator Red Pine in search of the historical Bodhidharma and evidence of his original teachings.