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The Impossibility of Outsourcing Happiness
Pursuing sustainable happiness through the Noble Eightfold Path
Uploaded 21 Apr 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Reflecting on 2016
Learning from the past and anticipating the future, while living in the now
Uploaded 30 Dec 2016
Exploring Engaged Buddhism with Professor Christopher Queen
The role of Buddhism in fostering global change
Uploaded 16 Dec 2016
Huayan Buddhists on Equality in Diverse Societies
Seeking harmony within diversity
Uploaded 21 Oct 2016
Working with Attachment and Family
Love, attachment, and the Dharma
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Rethinking Retirement
A new perspective on finding meaning in retirement
Uploaded 2 Apr 2015
Moving with the Times: An Integrated Education for Tsoknyi Rinpoche’s Nuns
From his travels around the world, Tsoknyi Rinpoche has seen the benefits of modern education, but also its limits. At Tsoknyi Gechak Ling in the ancient hilltop village of Chobhar, just outside Kathm
Uploaded 27 Feb 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: The Search for an Identity in Buddhist Studies
Buddhist Studies in the academy is going through a gradual and understated trend. Yet, this trend is one of the most important stages in its intellectual evolution. Since the 1990s, Buddhist Studies h
Uploaded 21 Nov 2014
Ajahn Brahm, Religion, and Science: “We must abandon the superstition of materialism”
“Modern science is… ” I trail off, inviting a response.   “… is dogmatic,” finishes Ajahn Brahm quickly, without an iota of hesitation. “I’ve known that ever since science has denied the existence o
Uploaded 28 Feb 2014
From a trans-personal place on Buddhism in Ukraine: a post-Soviet and post-colonial Dharma of creativity and liberation from the dogmas
“Since it was the Lord Buddha who defined the essence of the human Ego as a process, we can accept this formula of “The Lion.” In your daily life accustom yourselves to the thought of eternal motion a
Uploaded 30 Oct 2013
Buddhist psychology and mental cultivation: The Noble Eightfold Path and the blissful state
1. Introduction Through intellectual, moral and spiritual perfection, the Noble Eightfold path leads to happiness, peace and freedom. It is the path that begins with moral conduct and leads to
Uploaded 11 Jul 2013
An intriguing Buddhist exhibit in Central London
Raymond Lam reviews Mokspace’s “Wisdom and Compassion” Buddhist Group Art Exhibition   Across from the venerable British Museum (which itself houses a vast collection of Budd
Uploaded 20 May 2013
Sangharakshita's "The Religion of Art": Reconciling Buddhism with aesthetics
Jeffrey Martin reviews Sangharakshita's The Religion of ArtIf the goal of Buddhism is nirvana, or at least to live a life based on Buddhist principles, how does the creation or consumption of art lead
Uploaded 18 May 2013
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