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Mind Technologies and Ancient Wisdom Traditions
Using bodhicitta to avert the risks of autonomous AI technologies
Uploaded 14 Sep 2018
Bringing Awareness Practice from Retreat into the World
Cultivating awareness and action
Uploaded 1 Nov 2017
Khenmo Konchog Nyima Drolma: Serving the Dharma and Sowing the Seeds of Monasticism in the West
A Western nun works to establish a monastic community in Portland
Uploaded 12 May 2017
A Light in the Darkness of the Slums of India
Fighting to improve the lives of Dalit women and children in Nagpur
Uploaded 13 Apr 2017
The Way of the Bodhisattvas
An insightful new column from a distinguished teacher
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Engaged Buddhism, Donald Trump, and the Way of Compassion
On the question of Buddhist detachment
Uploaded 10 Feb 2017
Life in the Red – The Long Journey to Really Being Daughters of the Buddha
A Buddhist nun in Australia takes the road less traveled to a meaningful monastic life
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
Why Practice Mindfulness Anyway?
With most things in our daily lives, it's easy to lose sight of why we do what we do. It's so easy to keep up a form while forgetting the meaning or to drop form and meaning only to drift away from wh
Uploaded 11 Jul 2014
Namo Buddha Mountain: Walking in the Bodhisattva's Path in Nepal
Nepal is one of the most sought after destinations whether for pilgrimage or tourism. In February 2012, when I was studying at the University of Pune in India, staff from the Department of Pali arrang
Uploaded 23 Jun 2014
The Bodhisattva Career in Shantideva: Part 1
In this two-part column series, we will visit the philosophical nuances and tensions in the thought of Shantideva, an important Indo-Tibetan philosopher (circa 8th century CE). To understand Shantidev
Uploaded 10 Jun 2013
The Bodhisattva Career in Shantideva: Part 2
Wisdom and Means, Emptiness and Compassion: Philosophical Problems   In this column’s first segment, we explored how Shantideva’s idea of compassion, noble as it was, led to some very interesting q
Uploaded 10 Jun 2013
Meditation for Rebirth in Pure Land of Amitābha Buddha
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 4, June 2007.   IntroductionMany Asian Mahāyānists have adhered to Pure land Buddhism (淨土) and conceive that it
Uploaded 17 Apr 2013
Do Buddhists do Good Things to be Rewarded?
Original Chinese text: Cheng Wan Lan Louisa Translation: Emma Bi Jia
Uploaded 15 Oct 2012
Breaking the Habit: Buddhism and the Personal Aspects of Suffering
This is a shortened and edited version of an article I wrote for the recently published second volume of Book B. Book B is a contemporary series of books featuring articles about spirituality, art, an
Uploaded 7 Feb 2011
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