In the latest episode of Life As It Is , Tricycle contributing editor Ann Tashi Slater talks about a severe illness that brought The Tibetan Book of the Dead to life for her. The post A Writer’s Journey Through the Bardo appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
In her online course “The Boundless Heart,” Sharon Salzberg explains how equanimity leads to wisdom and infuses the other qualities of the heart with balance. The post Understanding Equanimity: The Secret Ingredient in Mindfulness appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist
By embracing a new open-mindedness, we may begin to explore the potentials of consciousness, and investigate the powerful role of the mind in the natural world. The post A New Paradigm for Science and Religion in the Twenty-First Century appeared first on Tricycle: The
Without offering further details, the junta stated that all charges against the so-called “Buddhist Bin Laden” had been dropped. Plus, Bhutanese monks support sexual education and Pasadena Buddhist temple hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic. Tricycle looks back at the events of this
A practitioner shares a blog post written 20 years ago while on retreat just after the attacks of September 11 The post Eight Days After 9/11: On Retreat with Bhante G in the West Virginia Hills appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
She paved the way for the 3,000 bhikkhunis in Sri Lanka today. Plus, fears mount over ancient Buddhist city Mes Aynak in Afghanistan and non-profit Dharma Relief launches “Healing Race Relations” initiative. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world.
The First Free Women: Original Poetry Inspired by the Early Buddhist Nuns , republished in June of this year, gives new life to poems in the Therigatha . The post Five Powerful Poems Inspired by Some of the First Buddhist Women appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
The new company aims to democratize mental healthcare. Plus, the biggest Buddha statue in the Western hemisphere goes up in Brazil. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world. The post Headspace and Ginger Will Merge to Form Headspace Health appeared
A Shiite militia leader’s destroyed statue recalls the Buddhas of Bamiyan, blown up 20 years ago. Plus, China calls for assimilation on the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Tibet, and California wildfires cause two Buddhist centers to evacuate. Tricycle looks back at the
How the Tibetan Buddhist view of faith and emphasis on teacher-student relationships can help us dissolve the differentiation between external and internal, and help us take refuge in our own primordial wisdom. The post Trust in Times of Uncertainty appeared first on Tricycle:
Teachers Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard explain why we follow the path, the “creative tension” involved, and how to start cultivating the seven qualities that lead to awakening The post The Seven Factors of Awakening Explained appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist
Yet again, COVID-19 affects the annual Japanese holiday for honoring ancestors. Plus, the Institute of Buddhist Studies becomes the newest member of the Graduate Theological Union, and the US ambassador to India meets with a representative of the Dalai Lama. The post Obon
Shin Buddhist minister Rev. Blayne Higa reflects on the annual festival of remembrance for one’s ancestors, and how to honor the holiday even while we’re apart. The post On Memory, Rituals, and the Spirit of Obon appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
The somatic awareness practitioner used to be a jeweler and keeps a well-balanced collection of books on her nightstand, including, right now, A Discovery of Witches . The post Q&A with Meditation Teacher Kathy Cherry appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .