Thich Nhat Hanh personally knows how we all suffer. Yet, he teaches, every single one of us has the capacity to transform our suffering.
In this exclusive interview, Thich Nhat Hanh sheds light on a little-known Buddhist master, and explains how the Buddha is always teaching.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Photo by Walt Opie.In 1975, three young Americans who had recently returned from years of meditation and study in Asia embarked on an experiment. Starting with the strict Vipassana meditation in which they were trained, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, and Sharon Salzberg would teach dharma in the West as a collaboration […]
About a Poem: Genine Lentine analyzes Gabrielle Calvocoressi’s poem, “The Last Time I Saw Amelia”.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from the January 2014 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Deputy Editor Andrea Miller’s editorial introduction to the January 2014 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Insight. Loving-kindness. Cultivating what’s wholesome. And making them real in our lives every day. These are what make us free, say Insight Meditation teachers Jack Kornfield and Joseph Goldstein, in a conversation at California’s Spirit Rock Meditation Center, moderated by Michelle Latvala.
With just seventeen syllables, the essence of haiku is what isn’t said. Mary Rose O’Reilley on reciting Basho to the Northern forest.