Pema Chödrön’s new commentary on Atisha’s famed mind-training slogans that use our dificulties and problems to awaken our hearts.
A teaching on practices to generate bodhichitta by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
All of our actions however small, can have wondrous effects, says Norman Fischer, but only if we are wholehearted enough in our practice of ethical conduct.
Barry Boyce surveys conditions in the Tibetan cultural area, whose unsurpassed natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage is at risk.
It may look as if we’re doing nothing on the cushion, but in fact we’re cultivating peace. From that point of view, the practice of meditation is a very courageous activity.
A lightly fictionalized story by the late Maura O’Halloran — whose impact is still felt today — about the first months she spent at a Zen monastery in Japan.
Aram Saroyan on the ordinary experience that changes our lives – if we only notice it.
Barry Boyce looks at urbanization from the point of view of the city mouse/country mouse fable.
“A complete yoga practice involves forward bending, twisting, backward bending, side bending, inverting, breath awareness, resting and meditation.”
In the third in a four-part series by Dr. Reginald Ray on the “self” in Buddhism, he explores how we create the storyline of “self” and how to deconstruct it.