Jennifer Keishin Armstrong discusses the surprisingly Buddhist lessons of the box-office hit movie, “Barbie.”
Buddhist teacher, author, and founder of Tara Mandala retreat center, Lama Tsultrim Allione discusses the meaning and urgency of embracing the sacred feminine as a way to resist the destructive aspects of patriarchal society.
Shyam Selvadurai talks about his latest historical fiction, “Mansions of the Moon” and the creative process of using fact and imagination to create an intimate tale of Yasodhara, the Buddha’s wife.
Religious studies professor Brooke Schedneck talks about Theravada Buddhism in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand — from the beliefs and practices of lay people to monks.
This episode of The Lion’s Roar Podcast features psychologist and Guiding Teacher at the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center, Tim Burkett. Psychologist and Zen teacher Tim Burkett embarked on his journey towards enlightenment in 1964 when he crossed paths with Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, the renowned author of Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind. In this conversation with Lion’s […]
Stacy McClendon, teacher and co-founder of the BIPOC Sangha at Common Ground Meditation Center, talks with Lion’s Roar’s Pamela Ayo Yetunde about how mindfulness can transform the way we work.
In conversation with Pamela Ayo Yetunde, Rima Vesely-Flad talks about the connection between the practice of Buddhism and the Black tradition of radical activism.
Kevin Townley discusses the five wisdom energies, or buddha families in Tibetan Buddhism, and how the spiritualist abstract artist Hilma af Klint embodied the energy of emptiness through her work.
Zenju Earthlyn Manuel shares her journey and how it’s been informed by the wisdom of Suzuki Roshi’s “Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind.”
Christiane Wolf talks about the early days of the modern mindfulness movement and how mindfulness can be used in cognitive therapy and pain management.