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Nina Müller came to Buddhism while she was pursuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Having struggled with a negative outlook on life since her teenage years, she was struck by the Buddhist notion that we can change our relationships with our thoughts. Her interest in Buddhist psychology and counseling led her to the University of Hong Kong, where she graduated with a Master of Buddhist Studies. Nina currently lives in Los Angeles, a lively and diverse city that allows her to learn from individuals from all walks of life.

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Does an Addict Have to Sober Up Before Treading the Buddhist Path?
On intoxicants, meditation, and the quest for clarity of mind
Uploaded 10 Oct 2019
Medicine Buddha <i>Sadhana:</i> Interview with American Mantra Musician Lee Mirabai Harrington, Part Two
Harrington discusses the healing power of Medicine Buddha music and her sources of inspiration
Uploaded 5 Aug 2019
The Human Monk: A Review of the Critically Acclaimed Documentary <i>The Departure</i>
A Japanese monastic confronts Japan's suicide crisis
Uploaded 15 Jul 2019
Cuong Lu’s <i>The Buddha in Jail</i>: 52 Vignettes on Discovering Freedom and Happiness Within
Through his own suffering, bringing peace to the world
Uploaded 5 Jul 2019
The Techno-Optimist: An Interview with Buddhist Futurist James Hughes
Ensuring that technological advancement is of benefit to all beings
Uploaded 25 Jun 2019
Woodenfish Foundation Explores the Future of Buddhism and Science
Conference in Seattle is the third in a series and the first to be held outside of China
Uploaded 20 May 2019
Measuring a Country’s Wealth by its Citizens’ Happiness
Gross National Happiness focuses on social well-being rather than consumption
Uploaded 15 Apr 2019
Poetic Symbiosis in the Midst of Global Deforestation
The need for conservation based on interconnection
Uploaded 18 Mar 2019
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