Tami Simon, founder of Sounds True, brings the spirit of enlightenment not only to her company’s products but to its culture. (Plus, dogs.)
Scholar and practitioner Ann Gleig on the backlash she and others experience against their work for racial justice in Buddhism.
“When the body has dissolved into the four elements, where will you go?” asks the koan called Doushuai’s Third Barrier. Vastness into vastness, concludes Zen teacher John Tarrant.
Read a selection of wisdom shared by Buddhist leaders at “May We Gather: A National Buddhist Memorial Ceremony for Asian American Ancestors.”
Counting breaths—the simplest of mindfulness practices—took Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller on a profound spiritual journey. It’s one we can take too.
Grief offers a unique opportunity, says bereaved mother Cecilia Mitra, but only if we’re not afraid to discover its primal source.
Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu’s grandmother taught him that it’s the human condition to be lonely. Being mindful of our loneliness connects us to all others who are feeling the same way.
From paleontology to astrophysics, four scientists talk to Andrea Miller about their search for truth — scientific and spiritual.
Valerie Brown returns to gardening to recover her broken spirit, and discovers what really grows in a garden is love.
Psychologist David J. Keuler is used to helping people, but this was different. Could he really practice limitless compassion?