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A Conversation with Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo on the State of Buddhism in the US
Female monasticism and the Buddhadharma in the West
Uploaded 21 Jun 2018
Thoughts on the Global Hindu-Buddhist Initiative in Delhi, 3–4 September 2015
Raymond Lam reflects on Modi's Buddhist diplomacy
Uploaded 11 Sep 2015
Reflections from the 14th Sakyadhita International Conference: Nurturing the Theravada Bhikkhuni Sangha
An examination of equal opportunity for ordination and Buddhist education for women
Uploaded 28 Aug 2015
The Life Story of Ani Zamba Chozom: Part Four - Finding the Nyingma Lineage
Part four of the extraordinary life of Ani Zamba Chozom!
Uploaded 5 Jun 2015
“Fertile Minds”– Encounters in the Tibetan Colony of Bir
In September 2014, I traveled to the Tibetan colony of Bir with another photographer, Jagdev Singh. On the one hand, we attended teachings on “The Twelve Nidanas, or Twelve Links of Dependent Arising,
Uploaded 24 Apr 2015
Ani Gosha’s Story
Parts of this story I have told many times to friends and to strangers, both. It gives me much pleasure to recall it and to share a little, again.   How I found the Dharma . . .   My dr
Uploaded 6 Feb 2015
A Small Buddhist Prayer-flag Factory in Bir
In 2013, on a trip to India to make the second part of the documentary photography series “Tibetans in Exile,” I visited the Tibetan colony of Bir, along the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, norther
Uploaded 28 Nov 2014
Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery
“If we are serious about becoming the masters of our minds and emotions, instead of the slaves of our minds and emotions, if we are really serious about leading a life which will be of benefit for our
Uploaded 31 Oct 2014
Science and Meditation: New Developments in Buddhist Research
Introduction   Buddhism has many unique assets as a religious tradition. It has been received well in many Western countries. It places humankind at the center of its attention. It does not require
Uploaded 11 Jul 2013
A New Turning: Women and Buddhism at the Global Buddhist Congregation
There is a slightly muted, elegantly understated, force moving and shaking the entire 2500 year-old institution of Buddhism. That force is the collective, gentle but authoritative, chorus of women,
Uploaded 21 Dec 2011
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