The more we increase our ability to deal with our own difficulties, the more aware we are that we can’t solve the troubles of loved ones.
In the wake of 9/11, Norman Fischer wrote this essay about bearing witness to tragedy. His message remains relevant in all times of trouble.
Harold Ramis created an underground Buddhist classic with Groundhog Day. After a chance meeting, Perry Garfinkel ventures to find out what makes him tick.
In his seminal teaching on the four foundations of mindfulness, the late Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche explained how to practice mindfulness of mind.
Flesh. Sex. Desire. It’s not the only holy trinity, but it’s my favorite one.
Andrea Miller talks with the well-known American yoga teacher Sarah Powers about what has made her life meaningful.
There are still battles to be fought. Gen-Xer Rod Meade Sperry gives the baby boomers a friendly talking-to.
Within every meditator, says Peter J. Conradi, the cynic and the mystic battle.
David Loy says many social problems are rooted in a deluded sense of collective self and that greed, ill will, and delusion are often institutionalized.
Andrew Schelling calls for baseball’s return to the Zen economy of simple, rough pleasures, to the wabi-sabi spirit of its early years.