Suffering is more than the first noble truth of Buddhism. To see our own and others’ suffering is the first step on the path, the birthplace of compassion. Judy Lief offers guidance on the journey.
An introduction to learning the The Seven Points of Training the Mind.
It doesn’t matter if we start small; we can find a way to hold the whole world in our heart. Judy Lief on cultivating a love that is unfettered and pure—a love that touches everyone.
Judy Lief looks at why generosity is the starting place for virtue.
After attending the 21st UN climate change conference, Judy Lief says we must look at inward to find the solution to climate change.
Andrea Miller interviews Judy Lief about her teachings in “Buddha’s Daughters: Teachings from Women Who Are Shaping Buddhism in the West.”
Jack Kornfield, Judy Lief, and Bodhin Kjolhede examine the influence of Western psychology on Buddhism. Introduction by Ajahn Amaro.
Kim Gilmer and Robbie Dvorkin report from a practitioner’s perspective after attending Judy Lief’s Ocean of Dharma Retreat.
The spiritual path is like any journey we take into uncharted territory—we need a map, a vehicle, and a guide to reach our destination. Judy Lief takes us on the three-yana journey of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Embrace Change: leading Buddhist teachers and writers offer stories, teachings, and meditations to help us embrace the change in our lives.