It is wiser to face our own faults with an overall spirit of forgiveness. Within relationships as well as within our own lives, we need space to grow and learn from our own mistakes. To that end, forgiving ourselves, as well as others, is a powerful tool for change. - His Holiness the Karmapa
Sunday 26 September 2021 (HKT)

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More about the Neuroscience of Enlightenment

More about the Neuroscience of Enlightenment

Paola Di Maio
Exploring neuroscience through Buddhist ideas and Buddhism through scientific methods
Situating Amitabha’s 18th Vow Among the 48 Vows

Situating Amitabha’s 18th Vow Among the 48 Vows

Alan Kwan
Why all vows are connected to the Primal Vow
Enlightenment and Abuse in Buddhist Sanghas

Enlightenment and Abuse in Buddhist Sanghas

Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Reflections on ethics in confronting student naïveté and abusive teachers
Buddhism in Siberia: Aginsky Buddhist Academy

Buddhism in Siberia: Aginsky Buddhist Academy

Lyudmila Klasanova
Integrating spiritual and secular education in Siberia
Book Review: Gazing at the Moon: Buddhist Poems of Solitude

Book Review: Gazing at the Moon: Buddhist Poems of Solitude

Raymond Lam
A new translation of one of Japan's seminal poet-monks
Buddhistdoor View: Lessons Learned (or Not) from 9/11

Buddhistdoor View: Lessons Learned (or Not) from 9/11

Buddhistdoor Global
Buddhist reflections on ending the cycle of violence in the world
Silence

Silence

Ratnadevi
Exploring inner stillness
Connecting the Past and Present of Shugendo – The Revival of Japan’s Ancient Mountain Ascetic Tradition, Part Five

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

Alena Eckelmann
Exploring Shugendo’s oldest training trail in the Katsuragi Mountains
The Price of Freedom

The Price of Freedom

Hozan Alan Senauke
The wisdom of embracing uncertainty
Dharma’s Garden – Nourishing the Local Community through Homesteading

Dharma’s Garden – Nourishing the Local Community through Homesteading

Sarah C. Beasley
Experiencing Buddhist teachings through care for the land and the planet
Book Review: Zen Is Right Now—A Fresh Collection of Teachings by Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki Roshi

Book Review: Zen Is Right Now—A Fresh Collection of Teachings by Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki Roshi

Nina Müller
A long-time student offers an intimate glimpse into the breadth of Suzuki's teachings

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24 Sep 2021
Prime Minister Rajapaksa cites Buddhist philosophy and heritage in his remarks
23 Sep 2021
Monk recognized for lifelong efforts to promote peace and foster compassion
21 Sep 2021
Online event welcomes people from around the world to join in
20 Sep 2021
Strengthening Buddhist ties between India and the Russian Federation
17 Sep 2021
Findings to be presented to the public in October

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Mindful Technology
By Paola Di Maio
Uploaded 25 Sep 2021
Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 24 Sep 2021
The Ordinary Buddhist
By Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Uploaded 23 Sep 2021
Bringing Mindfulness to Life
By Ratnadevi
Uploaded 17 Sep 2021
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