In the conventional view, life comes before death. In the wisdom view, ego-grasping death comes before life. - Mingyur Rinpoche
Saturday 24 July 2021 (HKT)

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Duality, Dharma, and the Brain

Duality, Dharma, and the Brain

Paola Di Maio
The brain’s role in creating our dualistic world and experience
Being or Doing? Or Both? Or Neither?

Being or Doing? Or Both? Or Neither?

Ratnadevi
A meditation from the vegetable patch
The Mantras We Say and the Stories We Play

The Mantras We Say and the Stories We Play

Tiffani Gyatso
The art of shaping our inner landscape
Excerpts from The Zen Priestess and the Snake: A Woman’s Path of Transformation and Healing Through Rediscovery of the Great Mother Tradition

Excerpts from The Zen Priestess and the Snake: A Woman’s Path of Transformation and Healing Through Rediscovery of the Great Mother Tradition

Roshi Shinko Perez
Celebrating the rising of women in an ancient tradition
The Mongolian Buddhist Canon as a Symbol of Cultural Dialogue between India and Mongolia: An Interview with Prof. Shashi Bala

The Mongolian Buddhist Canon as a Symbol of Cultural Dialogue between India and Mongolia: An Interview with Prof. Shashi Bala

Lyudmila Klasanova
A new stage in the resurgence of Mongolian’s spiritual and intellectual heritage
Understanding the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path

Understanding the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path

David Dale Holmes
Walking the Middle Way of the Buddha
Buddhistdoor View: Expanding our Vision in a New Era of Space Exploration

Buddhistdoor View: Expanding our Vision in a New Era of Space Exploration

Buddhistdoor Global
Does commercial space travel expand our dreams or reflect our worst tendencies?
Connecting the Past and Present of Shugendo – The Revival of Japan’s Ancient Mountain Ascetic Tradition, Part Four

Connecting the Past and Present of Shugendo – The Revival of Japan’s Ancient Mountain Ascetic Tradition, Part Four

Alena Eckelmann
Restoration of the Kumano Shugen, a Shugendo group in the Kumano area of Japan
Beginner’s Mind: Lump on a Log

Beginner’s Mind: Lump on a Log

Justyn Friedler
Reflections on environment, interconnection, and equanimity
No Poverty: The Sustainable Development Goals and Buddhism

No Poverty: The Sustainable Development Goals and Buddhism

Hozan Alan Senauke
Interdependence and the path toward social equality
Can Small Farms—and Large Gardens—Save the World? Part One

Can Small Farms—and Large Gardens—Save the World? Part One

Sarah C. Beasley
Expanding our vision of practice to include our interdependence with the soil
Book Review: Dosho Port’s Translation of The Record of Empty Hall

Book Review: Dosho Port’s Translation of The Record of Empty Hall

Nina Müller
An American Zen teacher brings koan practice to the modern world

NEWS Updated Weekdays View All

23 Jul 2021
Sharing food offerings with vulnerable communities
22 Jul 2021
His Holiness will share a virtual stage with thinkers from a variety of disciplines
21 Jul 2021
Strengthening the reach and relevance of Buddhist studies in North America
20 Jul 2021
Lay Buddhist activist worked on behalf of people of all faiths
19 Jul 2021
New initiative aimed at highlighting the importance of religious harmony

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Mindful Technology
By Paola Di Maio
Uploaded 24 Jul 2021
Bringing Mindfulness to Life
By Ratnadevi
Uploaded 23 Jul 2021
Geometry of Life
By Tiffani Gyatso
Uploaded 22 Jul 2021
Theravada Teachings
By David Dale Holmes
Uploaded 19 Jul 2021
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