For positive change to take place in this world, our spiritual practice has to be more than getting our ass on the meditation cushion for part of each day.
As Noah Levine says, it may be that all we can do is make wise choices as to who we think will bring about less suffering and confusion to the world. That, he says, is where our Buddhist practice becomes a form of engaged rebellion
With Brooklyn Zen’s 12-Step Sangha, Luke Holland, brings together people with addictions of all kinds, to find support in Buddhism and the 12 steps.
Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society (ATS) and the Mind Body Awareness Project have announced that the two have become formally affiliated.
Noah Levine uses Buddhist principles and meditation practices to help people take refuge from the terrible suffering of substance abuse.
Noah Levine’s commentary on the fifth precept, sobriety, and taking refuge.
Noah Levine reflects on Ajahn Chah’s teachings on impermanence in the wake of his car being totalled.
A review of “The Heart of the Revolution: The Buddha’s Radical Teachings on Forgiveness, Compassion, and Kindness” by Noah Levine.
Buddhism is famed for its ability to adapt its universal truths to the concerns of new cultures. So it must be with new generations.
Noah Levine talks about his Zen practice, Dharma Punx/Against the Stream, in a three-part audio interview.