When life is tough, this ancient set of Buddhist slogans can offer six powerful techniques to transform obstacles into awakening and benefit.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from the March 2013 issue of Lion’s Roar.
Diana Winston reviews Cyndi Lee’s memoir, “May I Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga, and Changing My Mind”.
It was just a pitiful privet hedge in the front yard of a house in the suburbs. But it saved Margaret Roach from darkness.
Josh Korda knows he is not cured—and he never will be—but through honesty and diligence he enjoys a daily reprieve from depression and addiction.
Western psychology and Buddhism—together they offer us a complete diagnosis of the human condition. Three psychotherapists discuss.
Norman Fischer on why 52 sayings formulated almost a thousand years ago are more relevant than ever.
Rick Bass showed Scott the best places, the secret places, of Montana’s remote Yaak Valley. Together, they fought to protect the wilderness.
Leanora McClellan’s grandma handed down many skills and four crazy cups that have no price.
The intention to benefit all sentient beings is the best of all thoughts, says Sakyong Mipham. Dedicating ourselves to others, we become bodhisattvas.