The cry we hear from deep in our hearts, says Thich Nhat Hanh, comes from the wounded child within. Healing this inner child’s pain is key.
The ground of fearlessness, says Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, is renouncing hard-heartedness and allowing ourselves to be tender, sad, present.
How can we use the body to study the mind, and work with the mind through the body? Michael Stone connects the practice of Yoga and Buddhism.
Spiders with hooked fangs, giant cockroaches with wings — Ronlyn Domingue comes to understand the value in small lives.
Charles Johnson’s new neighbors had hardly settled in when all hell broke loose — or so it seemed.
Andrea Miller reviews “Zen Birding” by David M. White and Susan M. Guyette.
The call to action that is inspiring people around the world to campaign for a more compassionate global community.
Tokyo crime reporter Jake Adelstein stumbles into an unsettling shadowland when he investigates the mysterious deaths of a couple.
Through the practice of meditation, we stop wasting our energy on neuroses and discover windhorse, the never-ending power of basic goodness.
Melvin McLeod’s editorial from the March 2011 issue of the Shambhala Sun.