We were born alone and we will die alone. Yet even while alone we still have our shadow with us; and alone after death, our consciousness will still have with it the shadow of our actions, good and bad. - Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Sunday 23 September 2018 (HKT)

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Navigating the Treachery of Images, Lessons from René Magritte

Navigating the Treachery of Images, Lessons from René Magritte

Seth Shugar
Dealing with the negative images and memories that arise in our minds
With the Wrath of a Serpent: The Propagation of Gudari Myо̄о̄ Iconography

With the Wrath of a Serpent: The Propagation of Gudari Myо̄о̄ Iconography

Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Manifestations of Kundali Vidyaraja in Japanese Buddhism
Gender as an Act: Sarah Wessendorf on Buddhism and Non-binary Identities

Gender as an Act: Sarah Wessendorf on Buddhism and Non-binary Identities

Raymond Lam
Exploring Buddha-nature in the context of gendered practice
The Universe in a Dot of Paint: The Buddhist Imagery of Sherab Khandro

The Universe in a Dot of Paint: The Buddhist Imagery of Sherab Khandro

Meher McArthur
Pointillist expressions of a spiritual practice
The Two-stage Assured Rebirth of an Exclusive Amitabha-reciter

The Two-stage Assured Rebirth of an Exclusive Amitabha-reciter

Alan Kwan
The soteriological nature of accepting Amitabha's compassion
Crowded and Dusty

Crowded and Dusty

V. R. Sasson
On awakening and realization in secular society
Buddhistdoor View: Let Water Flow Naturally—Cultivating Acceptance and Reducing Prejudice

Buddhistdoor View: Let Water Flow Naturally—Cultivating Acceptance and Reducing Prejudice

Buddhistdoor Global
A reflection on opening up the mind and shutting down prejudice
Mind Technologies and Ancient Wisdom Traditions

Mind Technologies and Ancient Wisdom Traditions

Paola Di Maio
Using bodhicitta to avert the risks of autonomous AI technologies
Renaissance or Dead End? The New Debate on Psychedelic Drug Use by North American Buddhists

Renaissance or Dead End? The New Debate on Psychedelic Drug Use by North American Buddhists

Justin Whitaker
Do psychedelics have a place in Buddhist practice?
Twilight Villa – The Last Hope for Myanmar’s Sick and Abandoned Elderly

Twilight Villa – The Last Hope for Myanmar’s Sick and Abandoned Elderly

Shuyin
A final refuge for the forsaken and forgotten
The Great Equal Taste of Hope and Fear – A Tribute to Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche

The Great Equal Taste of Hope and Fear – A Tribute to Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche

Sarah C. Beasley
Remembering a revered Nyingma master and a beloved teacher
What the Buddha Taught Rāhula

What the Buddha Taught Rāhula

David Dale Holmes
Purification through constant reflection

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Imagery and Iconography
By Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Uploaded 21 Sep 2018
Buddhist Art
By Meher McArthur
Uploaded 19 Sep 2018
Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 18 Sep 2018
Academic Reflections
By V. R. Sasson
Uploaded 17 Sep 2018
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