Zen priest Robert Waldinger is the leader of the longest-running study of happiness, who’s found that science and Buddhism agree on what makes us happy.
In this clip from her conversation with bell hooks, Sharon Salzberg recounts an epiphany she had on retreat in Burma, in 1985.
Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern talked with Lion’s Roar about one of his favorite films—and the subject of his new book—”The Princess Bride.”
Living with someone we love, with all the joys and challenges, is one of the best ways to grow spiritually. But real awakening only happens, says renowned psychologist John Welwood, in the charnel ground where we acknowledge and work with our wounds, fears, and illusions.
bell hooks — one of America’s leading political and cultural critics — answers the question “What is love?” in conversation with Sharon Salzberg.
Sumi Loundon Kim offers two simple practices for parents that can turn your energy around to better connect with your little one.
Complaining: we all do it. Dr. Elizabeth Williams breaks it all down from a Buddhist psychologist’s point of view.
From time to time, says Anyen Rinpoche, it’s important to take an honest look at yourself and ask, how am I doing on the Buddhist path?
Mushim Patricia Ikeda traces her path as a parent through some of the humorous, poignant and penetrating conversations she’s had with her young son, Joshua.
In recognition of the International Transgender Day of Visibility, Ray Buckner shares a personal view of what it means to be Buddhist, gender-queer, and trans.