These five reminders about the reality of impermanence and karma are attributed to the Buddha himself, as taught in the “Upajjhatthana Sutta.”
Essential books, audio, websites, and videos to help develop self-compassion.
Are there differences in the roles teachers play in different Buddhist schools and how their students relate to them?
I’m experiencing a fair bit of pain in my knees when I meditate. Do I grin and bear it, meditate on it, or just move my legs?
We all recognize monkey mind—that wild mind going in more than one direction at a time, swinging from one branch of thought to the next. It wants the next banana, the next big thing, the next small thing. It wants to keep moving. Monkey mind likes texting and online gaming. It’s the mind that likes […]
Caroline Contillo explores the reality of identity.
Theravada Vipassana teacher Larry Yang answers our questions, from worst job to favorite TV show.
A meditation for fostering compassion, from Thupten Jinpa.
We asked: What Buddhist book has meant the most to you? Here are a few responses submitted by readers.
We review “Buddhism for Couples,” “Finding Yourself in the Kitchen,” “Golden Kingdom,” and more.