Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, Lion’s Roar magazine’s editorial assistant Haleigh Atwood explores the meaning and use of sound in Buddhist practice.
Shinso Ito, the head of the Shinnyo-en school of Buddhism, explains the role of bells and chanting in Shinnyo practice.
Forty years ago, Éliane Radigue synthesized The Tibetan Book of the Dead into a sonic masterpiece.
Lindsay Kyte takes you to the Rubin Museum of Art’s auditory exhibition, “The World Is Sound.”
The dharma speaks through music—it always has, it does today. From jazz to metal to rap, Rod Meade Sperry surveys the scene.
Ajahn Amaro explains how to practice nada yoga and why this simple act of listening to inner sound can help you realize emptiness.