To bring an end to suffering, we need to cut through dualistic habits of perception and the illusions that hold them in place — not by fighting or suppressing them, but by embracing and exploring them. - Mingyur Rinpoche
Sunday 13 June 2021 (HKT)

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The Secret of the Golden Flower, Part Two

The Secret of the Golden Flower, Part Two

Joseph Houseal
An ancient and experiential practice of the mind and realization
The Music of Interconnection: Reflections on “Circle”

The Music of Interconnection: Reflections on “Circle”

Noa Zimmerman
Engaged Buddhism, karma, and our shared responsibility to the Earth
Dharma: The Taiwanese Buddhist Death Metal Band

Dharma: The Taiwanese Buddhist Death Metal Band

Maximilian Nilsson-Ladner
Blending heavy metal music with Buddhist chants and traditional robes
Dharma Amid Coronavirus

Dharma Amid Coronavirus

Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Drawing wisdom from lessons learned during the pandemic
Book Review: Norman Fischer’s When You Greet Me I Bow

Book Review: Norman Fischer’s When You Greet Me I Bow

Nina Müller
Fischer's humble and hodgepodge approach to Buddhism reflects his deep practice and American culture
Buddhistdoor View: International Responsibility is Humanity’s Priority

Buddhistdoor View: International Responsibility is Humanity’s Priority

Buddhistdoor Global
Why vaccine patents must be suspended or waived
Beginner’s Mind: A Reflection on Personal Goals Past, Present, and Future

Beginner’s Mind: A Reflection on Personal Goals Past, Present, and Future

Ben Washburne
Finding the right questions to the answers
I Spy with My Magic Eye . . .

I Spy with My Magic Eye . . .

Tilly Campbell-Allen
Thoughts on illusion, perception, and insight
Disruption from Innovative Technologies

Disruption from Innovative Technologies

Ernest Chi-Hin Ng
Buddhist guidance for navigating technological frontiers
Connecting the Past and Present of Shugendo – The Revival of Japan’s Ancient Mountain Ascetic Tradition, Part Three

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

Alena Eckelmann
Pilgrimage to the future

NEWS Updated Weekdays View All

11 Jun 2021
Statue to be formally unveiled in coming months
10 Jun 2021
Small dwellings likely used by Buddhist monastics before the first century
9 Jun 2021
Program focuses on classical primary texts and emphasizes self-transformation
8 Jun 2021
Parliament urged to restrict gun ranges around all sites of spiritual significance
7 Jun 2021
Collection of 80,000 woodblock Buddhist scriptures dated to the 13th century

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Ancient Dances
By Joseph Houseal
Uploaded 12 Jun 2021
The Five Wisdoms
By Asa Hershoff
Uploaded 9 Jun 2021
Dharma Gossip
By Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Uploaded 8 Jun 2021
Coastline Meditations
By Nina Müller
Uploaded 7 Jun 2021
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