Bob Dylan is one of the greatest songwriters in history, but he's also a certified weirdo who does bizarre things like guest star on Dharma & Greg, wander around Bruce Springsteen's childhood home in the middle of the night, and force...Show More Summary
Take a look inside the November 2015 Shambhala Sun, with features on LGBTIQ dharma and making friends with yourself. The post Inside the November 2015 Shambhala Sun magazine appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Episode Description: Culadasa (John Yates, Ph.D.) is the director of Dharma Treasure Buddhist Sangha in Tucson, Arizona and author of The Mind Illuminated: A Complete Meditation Guide Using Buddhist Wisdom and Brain Science. He joins...Show More Summary
The Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland is in the home stretch of their "Planting Zen" campaign to transform a brownfield site into the center's new home. The post Dharma Rain on fundraising homestretch to transform former landfill appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The Rangjung Prison Dharma Project offers meditation instruction to inmates and corrections officers at Rikers Island, New York City's main prison. The post Prison Dharma Indiegogo campaign ends on Friday night appeared first on Lion's Roar.
For almost fifty years, from 1936 until 1983, a twenty-six-acre plot of land in Portland, Oregon, was used as a gravel pit and construction landfill. The post Dharma Rain Plants Zen in Portland appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Sri Dharma Mittra, yoga teacher and founder of the Dharma Yoga New York Center, explains the best tips on how to achieve mindfulness. More » 5 Tips For Mindfulness Even the Busiest Person Can Use is a post from Blisstree - Get tips on healthy living, work outs, wellness & health food recipes. Advice & news on mental health & healthcare..
Reverend Jnanamati writes: Dear Dharma Friends Many people in the Delhi/UP border regions of India are currently suffering fever, some the more potentially dangerous and fatal virus dengue. A number...
I am going to be in the East coast — NYC, Edison NJ, Boston, Washington DC, and Philadelphia — over the next two weeks. I am making a couple of presentations at the Global Dharma Conference in Edison NJ. My … Continue reading ?
Last day in Exeter and all hopes of climbing up high on Dartmoor have fallen to the ground. Not that I seriously thought I would do that. Taking one day at a time is the order of the day. Right? After a charming visit for tea and catch-up with a member of the temple sangha, … Continue reading Priceless Flower of the Dharma ?
On Sunday, September 6, Won Dharma Center will mark the 100th anniversary of Won Buddhism. The post Won Buddhism turns 100 appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Buddhism, which holds that wealth is temporary and no path to happiness, might not sound like the best source for money wisdom.
Sumi Loundon Kim presents a new model for family-centered dharma communities. The post Let’s Talk: A Family Affair appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen was a leading Tibetan lama and a human rights activist. He founded the Gaden Shartse Thubten Dhargye Ling (“Land of Flourishing Dharma”), a center in Long Beach, CA for the study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism, in 1978. I did not know him very well. I occasionally attended his dharma talks on …
Last week, Alimama held a press conference in Beijing announcing the launch of their “Dharma Sword.” What is that, exactly? It’s billed as being a data-driven brand marketing platform. Attendees at the press conference included Alimama executives who jointly unveiled the Dharma Sword platform and announced their expectations for the platform to become the “dominant […]
Philadelphia -- long known as the City of Brotherly Love but more (in)famous recently as the city that destroyed a robot that had traveled safely throughout Canada and parts of Europe -- will hold a Day of Kindness on Oct. 27 to honor the Dalai Lama's visit to the city to receive the Liberty Medal for human rights work and the September visit of Pope Francis. read more
In Hindu religion, Dharma Shastras are social laws that include the codes of conduct to... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]
Here’s a great comment and answer from a Dharma talk I’m currently translating. I particularly enjoyed this one, because so often it happens when we strive for something, we are subtly despising where we are at, and desiring to be someplace other than where we are right now. The longer I practice, the more I […]
If with kind generosity One merely has the wish to sooth The aching heads of other beings, Such merit has no bounds. -Shantideva Within the Buddhist tradition, regardless of which tradition one follows, the development or cultivation of a compassionate perspective towards others is a common form of both practice and training. As practicing Buddhists […]
The Dharma Yoga creator shows off his latest innovation—a wheel-shaped prop to assist you in backbends and inversions. See how to use it. The post 5 Poses to Try With a Dharma Yoga Wheel appeared first on Yoga Journal.