Not recognizing one’s own state is the cause of transmigration, and through this cause one becomes the slave of illusions and distractions. - Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche
Wednesday 18 September 2019 (HKT)

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A Bug in Boudhanath

A Bug in Boudhanath

V. R. Sasson
Encounters on the Buddhist path
A Reminiscence About My Theravada Teachers

A Reminiscence About My Theravada Teachers

David Dale Holmes
An homage to two beloved teachers
How to Enjoy Life Twice as Much, Part 2: Michel de Montaigne and Rick Hanson on Life’s Natural Pleasures

How to Enjoy Life Twice as Much, Part 2: Michel de Montaigne and Rick Hanson on Life’s Natural Pleasures

Seth Shugar
Interacting with enjoyable experiences
Transformative Technology as the Path Forward for Humanity

Transformative Technology as the Path Forward for Humanity

Nina Müller
Investigating the enhancement of human well-being
Jacques Bacot’s Rebel Tibet, Part Two: From the Great Temples to Tibetology in the 1900s

Jacques Bacot’s Rebel Tibet, Part Two: From the Great Temples to Early Modern Tibetology

Samuel Thévoz
From hidden realms in Tibet to a prestigious chair of Tibetan studies in Paris
Climate Justice – Activating Compassion for Peoples, Wildlife, and Our Environment

Climate Justice – Activating Compassion for Peoples, Wildlife, and Our Environment

Sarah C. Beasley
Looking to indigenous and feminine wisdom for guidance through the current crisis
Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up – Living a Life of Vulnerability and Compassion with Zen Buddhist Teacher Koshin Paley Ellison

Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up – Living a Life of Vulnerability and Compassion with Zen Buddhist Teacher Koshin Paley Ellison

Nina Müller
Diving deeply into one’s suffering and pivoting to the path of practice
An Obstacle Clearing Ritual

An Obstacle Clearing Ritual

Joseph Houseal. Photos by Jonathan Greet. Additional text by Dr. Thinles Dorje
Transmission of the Accomplishment of Mani ritual at Dorje Drak Monastery
Buddhistdoor View: Climate Disaster, Capitalism, and the Politics of Malice

Buddhistdoor View: Climate Disaster, Capitalism, and the Politics of Malice

Buddhistdoor Global
Finding our moral courage in an age of political opportunism and cynicism

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17 Sep 2019
Dharma insights in today’s racial, social, and political contexts
16 Sep 2019
More than half of 147 tigers seized at Buddhist temple three years ago have perished
13 Sep 2019
The rejuvenating effects of immersion in nature
12 Sep 2019
A calming, low-tech solution to one of life’s little problems
11 Sep 2019
Researchers identify high-altitude tiger habitats

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Academic Reflections
By V. R. Sasson
Uploaded 17 Sep 2019
Theravada Teachings
By David Dale Holmes
Uploaded 16 Sep 2019
Bringing Mindfulness to Life
By Ratnadevi
Uploaded 11 Sep 2019
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