Karen Kissel Wegela on therapy that starts with your basic sanity, not your neuroses.
When you incorporate Buddhism’s four immeasurables into your life, your love won’t be attached to just one person, says Lodro Rinzler. It will flow freely.
Getting hooked by your habitual reactions isn’t going to help anyone, says Susan Piver. She suggests five ways you can respond more skillfully.
By bringing victims and perpetrators together, she’s helping repair harm and turn lives around. Meet restorative justice expert sujatha baliga.
We review “May Cause Love” by Kassi Underwood, “The Awakening Body” by Reginald Ray, Khyentse Norbu’s latest film, and more.
Our associate editor Lindsay Kyte on how Buddhist teachings have impacted her own life, and the importance of learning to love ourselves and others.
The March 2017 Lion’s Roar magazine takes a look at how Buddhism and psychology work together.
One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, and the embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”