About Coastline Meditations

 

About the author 

 

Nina Müller lives in Los Angeles, a lively and diverse city that allows her to learn from individuals from all walks of life. She is passionate about reporting on all things Buddhist, and her interest in the religion led her to earn a Master of Buddhist Studies from the University of Hong Kong.

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Book Review: <i>Zen Is Right Now</i>—A Fresh Collection of Teachings by Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki Roshi
A long-time student offers an intimate glimpse into the breadth of Suzuki's teachings
Uploaded 13 Sep 2021
Book Review: Lama Shenpen Hookham’s <i>Keeping the Dalai Lama Waiting & Other Stories</i>
Entering the life and teachings of one of the West's great translators of Tibetan Buddhism
Uploaded 5 Aug 2021
Book Review: Dosho Port’s Translation of <i>The Record of Empty Hall</i>
An American Zen teacher brings koan practice to the modern world
Uploaded 12 Jul 2021
Book Review: Norman Fischer’s <i>When You Greet Me I Bow</i>
Fischer's humble and hodgepodge approach to Buddhism reflects his deep practice and American culture
Uploaded 7 Jun 2021
Film Review: Khyentse Norbu’s <i>Looking for a Lady with Fangs and a Moustache</i>
Khyentse Norbu’s new film sets viewers on a hero’s journey toward awakening
Uploaded 3 May 2021
Lessons in Impermanence: A Conversation with Choje Lama Wangchuk of the Thrangu Monasteries
Learning about Ven. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche from his close student and nephew
Uploaded 12 Apr 2021
Book Review: Wendy Garling’s <i>The Woman Who Raised the Buddha</i>
Learning to hear women’s voices in Buddhist history
Uploaded 8 Mar 2021
<i>Wait: A Love Letter to Those in Despair</i> – An Interview with Buddhist Teacher and Author Cuong Lu
Learning to stop and wait, allowing a new path to arise
Uploaded 8 Feb 2021
<i>Sing Me A Song</i>: The Impact of Screens on a Remote Bhutanese Mountain Village
Can Buddhism and culture survive in a globalized Bhutan?
Uploaded 12 Jan 2021
Savoring the Moment: A Balanced Approach to Eating
Reframing our relationship with food and health through mindfulness
Uploaded 14 Dec 2020
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