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Ruth Denison, the groundbreaking Buddhist teacher, has suffered a massive stroke at the age of 92 and is in hospice care. The post Dharma teacher Ruth Denison in hospice appeared first on Lion's Roar.
For Tibetan Buddhists, this week marks Losar, the new year—a time to clean house, cherish family, make offerings, contemplate the past year and welcome the new. The post Welcoming the year of the Wood Sheep appeared first on Lion's Roar.
At age twenty-nine, Pico Iyer had an apartment on Park Avenue, a fascinating job, and the freedom to take long vacations in any corner of the globe. The post Review: Pico Iyer explores slowing down appeared first on Lion's Roar.
“Conquering Fear” is based on a seminar Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche conducted in 1979 for teachers in Shambhala Training on meditation and the view of warriorship. The post The Warrior Tradition: Conquering Fear appeared first on Lion's Roar.
There is no contrivance in this image at all, yet it shows us order in the seemingly random. It's a great example of fresh seeing. The post Order in the seemingly random appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Henry Miller integrated Buddhist thought into much of his life and work. That is, in his typically individualistic, proto-Beat way. The post Clear as a Bell: Henry Miller on Buddhism appeared first on Lion's Roar.
James Myoun Ford and Ejo McMullen discuss why it's becoming harder and harder to get young people to ordain. The post James Myoun Ford and Ejo McMullen discuss obstacles on the path to ordination appeared first on Lion's Roar.
10 Dharma books everyone should have, as selected by the editors of the Shambhala Sun. From our March 2015 DIY Dharma issue. The post Buddhism A-Z: Your Basic Buddhist Library appeared first on Lion's Roar.
As aid worker Kayla Mueller is mourned around the world, the Tibetans with whom she volunteered are offering prayers and condolences. Mueller, a 26-year-old American, was abducted in Syria in 2013 by Islamic State militants, and held hostage for eighteen months. Show More Summary
Susan Piver shares her practice for loving all of your imperfections and contradictions. The post Loving the Many Sides of You appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Mere hours after granting them, the government of Burma has revoked temporary voting rights to the Rohingya people, a population the United Nations has called “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” The post Burma revokes Rohingyas’ temporary voting rights appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Without money, what is an economy? For Syra Smith it’s a chance for sincere connection. The post Share and Share Alike appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Photo by Jan Michael IhlHi, this is Melvin McLeod, editor-in-chief of the Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma. I have been granted the honor of going to Dharamsala, India in March to interview His Holiness the Dalai Lama. This exclusive interview...Show More Summary
Illustrations by Mark Alan Stamaty.Attacks ads, the Drudge Report, lies and appeals to the worst in people—how do we restore the virtue of civility? A panel, led by Melvin McLeod, on bringing depth, respectfulness and integrity back to our national discourse. Show More Summary
New York Insight Meditation Center, founded in 1997, has begun a search for an Executive Director. The post New York Insight seeks Executive Director appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We often see what is illuminated, and ignore the light itself, but patterns of light like this one can make us smile. The post Patterns that make us smile appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Psychologist Marshall Rosenberg died on Saturday, February 7. Rosenberg was the founder of educational services for the Center for Nonviolent Communication. The post Nonviolent Communication creator Marshall Rosenberg has died appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, 1,200,000 words long and referencing fourteen languages, has won the prestigious 2015 Dartmouth Medal. The post Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism wins Dartmouth Medal appeared first on Lion's Roa...
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche is an outstanding Buddhist teacher and director. He’s young, modern, and deeply concerned about corruption of the dharma. The post What Changes and What Doesn’t: An interview with Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The makers of a new feature-length documentary about Ruth Denison, one of the first women to teach Buddhism in the West, are asking for help to bring their film to theaters. The post Help fund a film about pioneering Buddhist teacher Ruth Denison appeared first on Lion's Roar.