When we’re bored, we’re uncomfortable with our basic state of being. That’s kind of scary, says Josh Korda. He dares us to look directly into our boredom.
Featuring Ven. Thubten Chodron’s “Four Rules at the Center of the Universe,” and Chan teacher Guo Gu.
“I hope sangha members from many different Buddhist lineages will join us to help us with the transformation for not only one family, but for our entire community.”
This episode of The Lion’s Roar Podcast features our own Beth Wallace, a certified mindfulness teacher and longtime practitioner of the dharma.
Sandy Boucher on the dharma of friendship, grief, and macaroni.
Following the police killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota, Constance Kassor examines how calls to defund the police can be linked to the Buddhist call to eradicate causes of suffering.
Blanche Hartman explains one of the Buddha’s most significant teachings—impermanence—and discusses how it can bring great happiness.
Tens of times a day, Diana Winston’s two-year-old daughter helps her practice letting go.
This special episode of The Lion’s Roar Podcast features music from Buddhist artists Jessica Pimentel and Born I Music.
In this complex and interconnected world, living ethically has never been more challenging—or more important. Jan Willis, Rebecca Li, Trudy Goodman, Thanissaro Bhikku, and Sister True Dedication share the five Buddhist precepts for modern times. Illustrations by Nolan Pelletier. 1. Don’t Kill Jan Willis on the first precept. I’ve long considered verse 183 of the […]