Now more than ever, Buddhists are using scientific tools and scientists are using Buddhist wisdom to uncover truths about the universe.
Ajahn Punnadhammo explains how traditional Buddhist cosmology contains important insights for practicing the Buddhist teachings.
Andrea Miller interviews Simon Critchley, philosophy professor at the New School and author of The Book of Dead Philosophers.
Zen teacher Norman Fischer says that there is joy and freedom in realizing that we and our world are as passing—and beautiful—as falling snowflakes.
Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche looks at the late Chögyam Trungpa’s unique and uncompromsing presentation of Buddhism’s basic principles.
“When we understand how our mind works, the practice becomes easy.” Reginald A. Ray discusses the close connection between Buddhist philosophy and practice.
Philosopher Roger Pol-Droit devises everyday adventures that tickle and illuminate.
Barry Boyce wants to know: Is America’s dream freedom or a crusade of vindictive reform?
Egolessness does not mean the absence of a functional self; it means that one is no longer exclusively identified with that self.
Ken Wilber discusses how to integrate many levels of knowledge from the most concrete to the most etheral into a great unified view of the living universe.