Chogyam Trungpa offers a teaching on Mahamudra and Marpa, the first Tibetan holder of the Kagyu lineage.
Michael A. Stusser on the dangers of a wildly overstimulated brain in our modern culture of constant media consumption.
In a world of Botox and little blue pills, we could all use more wabi sabi. Because imperfection, says Roger Housden, is what makes us human.
Mystery, suspense, science fiction – Andrea Miller profiles three Buddhist-inspired novelists who make up stories to tell the truth.
It’s healing and comfort, heritage and home. Best-selling author Diane Ackerman defines nature for a wonderful world in the future.
Practice at San Francisco Zen Center starts in the zendo and extends out to the farm, the kitchen, the workplace, the human heart. Colleen Morton Busch reports on one of American Buddhism’s most important communities as it celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Henry Shukman analyzes Hakuin Ekaku’s poem, “The Monkey is Reaching”.
In our special section on how to find peace, calm and sanity in a stressed out world, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche offers this song.
Christian McEwen reviews “Imagine: How Creativity Works”, by Jonah Lehrer.
Finding peace, calm and sanity in a stressed out world: forget drinking or drugs—Jessica Morey offers teens a straightforward stress buster.