On the 500th anniversary of the Great Treasure Revealer’s passing, Bhutan hosts a year-long celebration, complete with the sacred dances he taught. The post The Bhutanese Dance Legacy of Pema Lingpa─Still Thriving after 500 Years appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
The deposed civilian leader is being accused of accepting bribes and abusing her authority. Plus, the US Senate passes a bill to increase support for Tibetans, and meditation app CALM donates to a mental health organization on behalf of Naomi Osaka. The post Buddha Buzz
Buddha Buzz Weekly: Ven. Shih Chao-hwei, Officiant of Taiwan’s First Buddhist Same-Sex Marriage, Recieves 38th Niwano Peace Prize
The Niwano Peace Foundation honors the Taiwanese nun. Plus, a chemical-laden cargo ship sinks off the coast of Sri Lanka, and Budapest’s mayor renames a street after the Dalai Lama. The post Buddha Buzz Weekly: Ven. Shih Chao-hwei, Officiant of Taiwan’s First Buddhist Same-Sex
The Theravada Buddhist monk affectionately known as ‘Bhante G’ reflects on the past year and offers advice to new practitioners The post Bhante Gunaratana on Guiding Meditations via Zoom, Daily Mindfulness, and Facing Death appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Representatives from the three major traditions gathered for prayers and candle lighting. Plus, Penpa Tsering is sworn in as President of the Central Tibetan Administration, and relief efforts continue as COVID-19 rages on in India. The post Buddha Buzz Weekly: Vesak, the
Representatives from the three major Buddhist traditions gathered for prayers and candle lighting. The post For the First Time Ever, the White House Celebrates Vesak, the Buddha’s Birthday appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Legally, justice is rooted in a social contract promising to fairly resolve culpability for acts against society. In Buddhism, karma and the intentions behind our actions come first. The post Buddhist Justice Versus American Justice appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist
Tricycle founder Helen Tworkov asks the Tibetan Buddhist teacher about leading a joyful life in such turbulent times. The post Mingyur Rinpoche on Overcoming Panic and Finding Joy Through Acceptance appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Another pandemic birthday. Plus, the Chinese government declares it must approve the Dalai Lama’s successor, and international protests call for the release of the Panchen Lama on the 26th anniversary of his abduction. The post Buddha Buzz Weekly: For the Second Year,