In the current issue of Lion’s Roar magazine, we look at academic research on reincarnation at the University of Virginia. How does that research compare to the Buddhist views? We break it down.
Rita Gross, Andrew Olendzki, and Larry Ward explain what karma is, how it works, and why it’s not all bad news. Introduction by David Loy.
Bhikkhu Bodhi, Jan Chozen Bays, and Jeffrey Hopkins discuss the Buddhist doctrine of karma and why it is essential.
What do Buddhists really mean when they talk about karma? We answer your questions on Buddhism and meditation.
You can’t deny your karmic inheritance, said the late Traleg Rinpoche, but that doesn’t mean you can’t change.
Selected teachings from books by Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, the Nyingma lineage master considered to be an emanation of the 14th-century Nyingma master Longchenpa.
Karma is essential to Buddhist psychology, says Toni Bernhard, because karma molds our character.
Norman Fischer, Robin Kornman, and Ajahn Amaro get to the bottom of this challenging question that baffles so many Westerners.
Ajahn Punnadhammo discusses the necessity of holding the right view of rebirth for Buddhist practice.
Rebirth and karma are the Buddhist beliefs that Westerners find hardest to accept. Yet are they really so foreign to us?