The deposed civilian leader has been detained since February 1. Plus, LGBTQ monk and makeup artist is named one of TIME’s 2021 Next Generation Leaders, and a climate report reveals uprooted livelihoods in Tibet. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist
The new documentary follows six experts grappling with the age-old question, “How are we aware that we are aware?” The post Aware: Glimpses of Consciousness Explores the Nature of the Mind appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Monastics have been instructed to speak to each other in Mandarin and translate classroom texts. Plus, floods hit the historic city of Ayutthaya, and two important Buddhist leaders pass away. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world. The post
As the pandemic continues, a practice from Lama Palden’s book Love on Every Breath offers relief for caregivers and workers on the front lines The post A Short Meditation for Caregivers Battling Burnout appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
For a generation that often thinks “more” is the answer, learning to release control can soften painful self-blame and doubt. The post How the Concept of Impermanence Can Help Anxiety-Ridden Millennials appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Reka Gawa opened the Himalaya Café in Edinburgh after a chance meeting with His Holiness. Plus, Apple launches its Mindfulness watch app and the British Museum opens an exhibition of drawings by Katsushika Hokusai. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist
In an excerpt from his new book, Wisdom Is Bliss: Four Friendly Fun Facts That Can Change Your Life , Robert Thurman explains the power of embracing interdependent causation. The post A Subway Epiphany and Transcendent Freedom appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Transforming Minds: Kyabje Gelek Rimpoche and Friends features never-before-seen photos by the famous Beat poet The post Inside the New Allen Ginsberg Photography Exhibit at Tibet House US appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
The exhibit features never-before-seen photos. Plus, Robert Thurman discusses his new book and Zen priest Ruth Ozeki’s new novel comes out. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world. The post Allen Ginsberg Photography Exhibit Featuring Gelek
While travel remains limited for much of the world, author Paolo Coluzzi transports the reader to Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath, and Kushinagar through his personal stories and historical context. The post Journey to Buddhism’s Four Most Sacred Sites with the New Book Buddhism
Three dharma teachers show us how activism, compassion, and a deeper connection with nature can make a difference. The post How to Stay Grounded and Motivated in the Face of Our Climate Crisis appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Watch messages from four Tibetan Buddhist leaders who shared their gratitude and hopes for the ceremony. The post The First-Ever Vajrayana Monlam Ceremony in the U.S. Was Held This Weekend appeared first on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review .
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give out an award for the promotion of Buddhist studies. Plus, a Vajryana Monlam is held in the U.S. and the Rubin Museum opens an interactive learning lab. Tricycle looks back at the events of this week in the Buddhist world. The post India
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