Associate Editor Mihiri Tillakaratne introduces the May 2023 Issue of Lion’s Roar.
In this second part of his series on tantra, Mingyur Rinpoche explains how visualization practice helps us recognize our buddhanature.
Anger, fear, envy—usually we’re ashamed of our so-called monstrous emotional patterns. Yet if we make friends with our monsters, says Tsoknyi Rinpoche, magic happens. We are no longer afraid.
Psychiatrist Ravi Chandra on how you can support a loved one suffering from mental illness without minimizing or ignoring your own pain.
Retreats are being held at Auschwitz, a former plantation, and a site where Indigenous people were massacred. Lindsay Kyte reports on how retreatants are finding freedom from their ancestral pain.
When you develop lucidity in your dreams, you develop lucidity in your life. Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche on the practice of dream yoga.
From Harriet Tubman to narcissism to Appalachian Zen — Bonnie Nadzam reviews new books that are sparking conversation.
Meditation and mindfulness can help you get the shut-eye you need. Joseph Emet on how to feel more rested.
Lion’s Roar Editor Andrea Miller reflects on the thoughts that used to keep her tossing and turning at night. From the March 2023 issue of Lion’s Roar.
Som Pourfarzaneh’s two religions are sometimes at odds. Can he practice both without losing the richness of either?