When the storms of life hit, your body can be a place of refuge and healing. Cyndi Lee says it starts with making friends with your body.
Shamatha meditation is the foundation of Buddhist practice. Lama Rod Owens teaches us a version from the Vajrayana tradition.
Buddhist teacher Mushim Patricia Ikeda gets personal with the Lion’s Roar readership.
Pema Khandro Rinpoche on a bodhisattva’s love.
Out of the primordial desire to exist, everything comes into being. This sacred force, says Anam Thubten, is different from clinging, which is the source of our suffering.
Lion’s Roar magazine’s associate editor Lindsay Kyte tries to master the microwave. Will she defeat her sense of defeat?
Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Sensei on the unity of life, love, and practice.
Bodhipaksa shares what the Buddha said about being misquoted, and speculates how he would’ve felt about fake Buddha quotes.
What is the connection between Buddhism and secular mindfulness? Some people say mindfulness is just Buddhism in another form. Is that true?
Buddhists misrepresent the Christian view of human nature, says theologian Steven Shippee. It’s a lot closer to Buddhism than you think.