Sharon Salzberg explains how to practice basic breath meditation.
A key element of bravery, says Sakyong Mipham, is abruptness—the ability to break free from hesitation and suddenly leap from our habitual patterns to the awake mind.
Liam Lindsey’s editorial piece from the May 2011 issue of Lion’s Roar.
He may be at home in the kitchen but famed Zen chef Edward Espe Brown can’t handle the mall. And don’t even mention computers.
Polly Young-Eisenbrath explains how early relationships set us up to fail as couples, but with mindfulness and equanimity we can find love.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from May 2011.
About a Poem: Jill S. Schneiderman analyzes Donald Rothberg’s poem, “Tomato”.
The Dalai Lama encourages us to embrace a sense of global responsibility, with his down-to-earth approach that inspires people everywhere.
Renowned Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg explores the myriad benefits of meditation.
The practice of contemplative photography, say Andy Karr and Michael Wood, doesn’t just change the way we take pictures. It changes our view.