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Khenmo Drolma, abbess of the Vajra Dakini Nunnery, is offering outdoor "pop-up meditations" around Portland, Maine. The post Buddhist nunnery brings meditation outdoors in Portland, Maine appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Pema Cho?dro?n shares why the simple practice of taking a break from our usual thoughts is the most important thing we can do with our lives. The post Waking Up to Your World appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Zen teacher Jules Shuzen Harris teaches us a three-step practice to connect with and serve those who are suffering. The post How to Practice Bearing Witness appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Mark Frank’s five steps to successfully doing nothing — in your garden or any other part of your life. The post The Do-Nothing Farmer’s Guide to a Perfect Harvest appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We review "The Truth of This Life: Zen Teachings on Loving the World as It Is" by Katherine Thanas. The post Review: “The Truth of This Life” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
There are two kinds of refuge. The reason we take refuge in the outer forms of enlightenment is so that we may find the buddha within. The post Why We Take Refuge appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Mark Unno reflects on compassion as immersion into the sufferings of samsara, like a raindrop falling into the ocean. The post The Ocean of Boundless Compassion appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson tell the story of this revolutionary breakthrough in our understanding of how meditation works. The post How Meditation Changes Your Brain — and Your Life appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Rita Gross, Andrew Olendzki, and Larry Ward explain what karma is, how it works, and why it’s not all bad news. Introduction by David Loy. The post Forum: Is Karma Fate or Freedom? appeared first on Lion's Roar.
When the storms of life hit, your body can be a place of refuge and healing. Cyndi Lee says it starts with making friends with your body. The post Take Refuge in Your Body appeared first on Lion's Roar.
If you think you’re seeing things as they really are, think again. Unless you’ve had the deep experience of letting go, there is only a myriad of illusions. The post How Jhana Quells the Five Hindrances appeared first on Lion's Roar...
Buddhist teacher Frank Ostaseski is the 2018 recipient of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) Humanities Award. The post Frank Ostaseski receives Humanities Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine appeared first on Lion's Roar.
"I have actually myself been quite downcast and depressed," the 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje said in a recent address. The post Karmapa shares personal struggles, calls for reconciliation in his community appeared first on Lion's Roar.
For much of the 19th and 20th centuries, Buddhism was considered a threat to America. How did that come to be, and why did it change? The post Advice for Modern America, from the Painful History of American Buddhism appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We review "I Wanna Be Well: How a Punk Found Peace and You Can Too" by Miguel Chen with Rod Meade Sperry. The post Review: “I Wanna Be Well” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Michael Sheehy reviews "Rainbow Body and Resurrection" by Francis V. Tiso. The post Investigating the Rainbow Body appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Lilly Greenblatt talks to Tune-Yards' Merrill Garbus about how race and Buddhism informed the band's latest release. The post How Tune-Yards created an indie-rock meditation on race and Buddhism appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We asked ten prominent cultural figures to tell us their favorite movie that contained Buddhist lessons (explitly or otherwise). The post Jeff Bridges on why “The Big Lebowski” is a Zen Buddhist classic appeared first on Lion's Roar...
The Buddhist teachings on the jhana states contain a secret about where positive emotions really come from. Allen Weiss explains. The post How to Mindfully Work with Positive Emotions appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In February, Songtsen Gampo Buddhist Center opened in Lakewood, Ohio, a city of 50,000 residents, neighboring Cleveland. The post Tibetan Buddhist Center opens in Lakewood, Ohio appeared first on Lion's Roar.