In a tense moment on a full plane, Ruth King gets a glimpse of the inner strength of equanimity.
Alexander Weinstein’s “The Lost Traveler’s Tour Guide” comprises a collection of tour guide entries for fictional fantastical destinations. In this excerpt, Weinstein offers advice enjoying your time in the exotic locales of Bhodur, Bent, and Luxore.
Whether we’re in a pristine rainforest or our own backyard, says Mark Coleman, nature is always available to deepen our mindfulness.
Happy International Skateboarding Day! If you have 19 minutes to spare, here’s something to check out: “Altered Focus: Burma.” Its makers describe this sweet little 2011 film as a look at “three filmmakers and skateboarders, including rider Ali Drummond, as they travel across Yangon and Mandalay. The film explores the reaction to this activity whilst […]
Though the climb was steep, the view was expansive. Rachel Neumann on being hot, hungry, thirsty, and tired, but still having a perfect day.
Musician Imogen Heap went to Bhutan for “the amazing scenery, to meet people I didn’t know much about, and to discover a new culture.”
Outside there’s a radiant Greek sun, but inside there’s work to do. What happens when Bonnie Friedman opens the shutters?
Lion’s Roar has been proud to be a sponsor of several showings of filmmaker John Bush’s acclaimed, gorgeous Journey Into Buddhism trilogy.
Gregory Shepherd looks back on his Zen training in Japan with the late Yamada Roshi and the difficult lessons he learned.
James Crews looks at the circuitous path he took toward understanding the importance of bringing mindfulness into the classroom.