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Almost 60 years after their first meeting, the Dalai Lama reunited with Naren Chandra Das, the border guard who escorted him into India when he fled Tibet. The post The Dalai Lama reunites with border guard who escorted him into India when fleeing Tibet appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Thirteen leading Buddhist teachers call on Buddhists and all people of faith to take a stand against policies of the new administration. The post Stand Against Suffering: An Unprecedented Call to Action by Buddhist Teachers appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Good luck with that. What you can do, says Jules Shuzen Harris, is change your relationship with your thoughts. The post Should I Try to Stop Thinking? appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In opening editorial of our May 2017 issue, our editor-in-chief Melvin McLeod discusses being of benefit, and why it's the central commitment of Buddhism. The post Benefit, Not Benefits appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In the May 2017 issue of Lion's Roar, we talk to George Saunders about his new novel "Lincoln in the Bardo." What exactly is a bardo? The post What’s a Bardo? appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We review a graphic novel about the life of the Dalai Lama, titled "Man of Peace," "The Mind Illuminated" by Culadasa and Matthew Immergut, and more. The post Book Reviews for May 2017 appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The 10 essential meditation books you need. The post 10 Essential Books to Build Your Meditation Library appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The May 2017 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine features advice from 11 leading Buddhist teachers on how to meditate like the Buddha. The post Inside the May 2017 Lion’s Roar Magazine appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Vinny Ferraro, meditation teacher at Against the Stream San Francisco, explains the simple phrase “Right now, it’s like this.” The post “Right Now, It’s Like This” — How to make this increasingly used Buddhist phrase work for you appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Even when it feels like you're lost in the universe, Emily Horn explains, you can face the unknown with a still and calm heart-mind. The post How to Work With Fear and Pain in a Moment of Crisis appeared first on Lion's Roar.
For International Women's Day, here's a collection of our best teachings from, profiles on, and conversations with women in Buddhism. The post Women in Buddhism — Profiles, Conversations, and Teachings appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The way to free ourselves, says Sakyong Mipham, is to face life head-on without the seductive companionship of habitual patterns. The post Confined by Cowardice appeared first on Lion's Roar.
What are the four negations? We answer your questions on Buddhism and meditation. The post What are The Four Negations? appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The question that Colin Beavan just had to ask his Zen teacher is one that's on the tip of everybody's tongues. Even the teacher's! The post “What Should I Do About My F’d-Up Life?” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In recognition of the International Transgender Day of Visibility, Ray Buckner shares a personal view of what it means to be Buddhist, gender-queer, and trans. The post See Us Clearly: A Buddhist’s View of Transgender Visibility appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We're always on the lookout for engaging writing (and, art) that speaks to Buddhist experiences and teachings. The post Send your writing to Lion’s Roar, Buddhadharma, and LionsRoar.com appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Through Mahamudra meditation, says Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, we relax into the emptiness, clarity, and awareness of ever-present buddha wisdom. The post How to Do Mahamudra Meditation appeared first on Lion's Roar.
bell hooks meets with Thich Nhat Hanh to ask: how do we build a community of love? The post Building a Community of Love: bell hooks and Thich Nhat Hanh appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Shozan Jack Haubner presents a prayer for the chaotic awakening of nature that is spring. The post Spring Prayer appeared first on Lion's Roar.
It takes root; it grows; it blooms. Cheryl Wilfong on how meditation practice is cultivated like a garden. The post The Garden Path appeared first on Lion's Roar.