When a student confronts his famed teacher, Steve Silberman learns the meaning of “intimate practice.” In that moment, he becomes a Buddhist.
A gay couple’s decision to wed threw them into the heart of an American culture war.
Steve Silberman’s book, “Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity,” is changing the way we think about cognitive differences.
We’re thrilled to share that Shambhala Sun friend and contributor Steve Silberman has made his debut on The New York Times Best Sellers list this week.
Steve Silberman recalls early and lasting loves.
by David Schneider
University of California Press, 2015
325 pages, $29.95
Steve Silberman reviews “Crowded by Beauty: The Life and Zen of Poet Philip Whalen,” by David Schneider.
Jack Kornfield’s brilliant synthesis of deep Buddhist practice and modern psychological insight has made him one of the most influential spiritual teachers of our time.
The discussion of the Steve Jobs/Buddhism connection continues, and now Steve Silberman has weighed in with a contribution.
Shunyru Suzuki’s book Zen Mind Beginner’s Mind has been leading people onto the path of meditation for forty years now. Here, Shambhala Sun friend and contributor Steve Silberman shares an intimate glimpse, via beautiful photos, of his personal copy of Suzuki’s book, which continues to teach him after all these years.
The “real-time web” offers round-the-clock pressures and distractions that make it hard to tell where the virtual world ends.