Due to the current outbreak of coronavirus affecting over 100 countries, many Buddhist centers are taking precautions to protect against the virus and its spread.
Buddhist teacher Konda Mason shares her experience at The Gathering II, an assembly of Buddhist teachers and practitioners of Black African descent at Spirit Rock.
Nisha R. Shah of Spirit Rock Meditation Center looks at how to support the development of the seasoned, knowledgeable practitioners that Buddhism needs. Our best guide is the three jewels.
Buddhist teachers and practitioners of Black African descent will come together at Spirit Rock for a two-day non-residential retreat, The Gathering II.
The oldest lineage of Buddhism, Theravada is known for sharing the earliest recorded teachings of the Buddha. Building on this ancient lineage, Theravada today is innovative and diverse. Derek Pyle reports on the tapestry of communities that make up American Theravada.
The Ethics and Reconciliation Council of Spirit Rock Meditation Center has withdrawn the authorization to teach given to Noah Levine. Jack Kornfield, who led Levine’s teacher training and was his authorizing teacher, has rescinded that 2006 authorization.
Gina Sharpe and Larry Yang share how the most diverse Buddhist teacher-training program in American history, now underway at Spirit Rock, came to be.
Native American Buddhist teacher Bonnie Duran works to decolonize healthcare for Indigenous communities.
The event was the largest-ever gathering of practitioners of color in the history of Western-convert Insight Meditation communities.
Bonnie Duran, a public health researcher and professor, is the first Native American to join the Spirit Rock Teachers Council.