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This super special under-the-radar NYC yoga studio won’t be a secret for long

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You can get your dharma on with first-class amenities and a down-to-earth vibe at Five Pillars.

Four Goals in life in Hinduism – Dharma – Artha – Kama – Moksha

According to Hindu religion, man has four goals in life. Various Hindu scriptures define... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Albert Low, Zen teacher and author, dies at age 87

Albert Low, founder of the Montréal Zen Center and dharma holder in the Zen lineage of Philip Kapleau, has died. Low was born in London in 1928. He left England after a Navy stint to live in South Africa with his wife Jean; there the two started a family. Show More Summary

Put Your Money Where Your Mind Is: a For-Profit Meditation Studio Opens in New York

As a cynic might point out, it looks an awful lot like a privatized temple—a sangha with a profit motive; dharma for dollars. Ellie Burrows and Lodro Rinzler had their big idea over a cup of tea. Certain details change with the telling...Show More Summary

Looking through our all-too-human cultural goggles

One thing that all Internet chat rooms that discuss either Buddhism or Zen have in common, the participants are trying to interpret Dharma through their culture. A personal interpretation is not really personal. It is cultural. Very seldom does a...

Blue Oyster Cult celebrating 40th anniversary of "Reaper" on tour (3 NYC shows & LI w/ Vanilla Fudge & Blues Magoos)

by Andrew Sacher Rock veterans Blue Oyster Cult are still with '60s-to-present vocalists/guitarists Buck Dharma (who sings their best known songs "Don't Fear the Reaper," "Burnin' For You" and "Godzilla") and Eric Bloom (though the rest of the lineup joined...

How Did Lakshmana Die in the Ramayana? – End of Lakshman

Ever wondered, how did Lakshmana die in the Ramayana? When Dharma was restored it was... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

CONTRITION: Gateway to the Awakening of Faith

Dharmavidya writes: Innumerable are sentient beings: I have harmed them all; Uncountable are the holy precepts: I have broken them all; Unfathomable are the Dharma teachings: I have offended them...

“In every direction, there is nothing fixed or unchanging”

Our center has the usual scattering of calligraphy pieces that you’d expect for a temple this size, but one of them recently caught my attention. I see this one every day on my way out of the Dharma hall, but it finally dawned on me that each of these characters is another way of writing […]

Ready for a Virtual Reality?

It won’t be long before you can slip on a headset and enter a new dharma realm. But, says Vincent Horn, we should watch our step. The post Ready for a Virtual Reality? appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Damon Lindelof Demands Netflix Restore the Lost Finale to Its Original Controversial Glory

What show is better suited to a conspiracy theory than Lost, the show that had viewers parsing the mythopoetic symbolism of the Dharma Initiative, time travel, and polar bears, practically birthing the 10,000-word recap in the process? So it seems only fitting that, when Lost recently arrived on Netflix, not... More »

Dharma of Star Wars” author discusses Buddhism and “The Force Awakens”

Matthew Bortolin discusses how awakening plays a role in the newest Star Wars film, and how the Jedi have always been mindfulness masters. The post “Dharma of Star Wars” author discusses Buddhism and “The Force Awakens” appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Coming Home

Unsure about how to be both a Buddhist and a Jew, Michael Stroud talks with well-known Buddhists who have found it fulfilling to practice both dharma and the religion of their birth. The post Coming Home appeared first on Lion's Roa...

At Joranda in Orissa the Mahima Dharma Devotees Worship Without Any Form

Mahima Dharma, also known as Satya Mahima Alekha Dharma or Satya Sanatan Mahima Dharma,... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

B Corp Dharma Merchant Services Brings Transparency to Credit Card Processing

Launching a community-minded, transparency-focused business in an industry he describes as “rife with deceptive business practices, outrageous fees and disadvantageous contracts,” Jeff Marcous thought his venture’s appeal was clear. “We...Show More Summary

Noah Levine talks Buddhism, “connected parenting”

Dharma punk and Buddhist teacher Noah Levine talks about what it means to be connected to his daughter. The post Noah Levine talks Buddhism, “connected parenting” appeared first on Lion's Roar.

The Buddha, Hitler and Brian Ruhe

A few months after I started my blog more than seven years ago I half-jokingly suggested giving a prize to be called The Dopy Dharma Award for the most ridiculous thing some Buddhist teacher or author had said or written in the previous 12 months. Show More Summary

Review time! with The Dharma Punks

“I’m all tied up and my eyes are shut, and these chains I’ve made they’re too tough to cut” Dylan Horrocks, who writes the introduction to The Dharma Punks, Ant Sang’s 8-issue comic about a group of New Zealand punks wandering around Auckland on one night in 1994, explains that it was a big-time success […]

Melissa Myozen Blacker’s 5 Favorite Movies With Buddhist Lessons

Intentionally or not, lots of movies do a great job of illuminating Buddhist ideas, giving us an entertaining way to contemplate the dharma. The post Melissa Myozen Blacker’s 5 Favorite Movies With Buddhist Lessons appeared first on Lion's Roar.

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