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Wildlife on the Brink
Addressing animal poaching and trafficking in South Africa
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
The Fiction of the Self: Ruth Ozeki
The act of storytelling as a performance of interbeing
Uploaded 24 Feb 2017
Why Meditate?
Understanding the transformative approaches to meditation in Japanese Buddhism
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
Does a Philosopher Have Buddha-nature?
Dōgen's take on the enlightened nature within us all
Uploaded 4 Nov 2016
Buddhism and Creative Writing, Part One
Can creative writing be considered part of our Dharma practice
Uploaded 26 Aug 2016
Intimacy, Humility, and Stillness: The Perfection of Wisdom
An examination of wisdom, the fourth of the ten paramis
Uploaded 17 Jun 2016
Inner Goodness: The Perfection of Morality
Understanding happiness and practicing sila
Uploaded 22 Apr 2016
Dharma Screenings: Buddhist Film and Pop Culture—Buddhist Traditions on the Silver Screen
Interview with Gaetano Maida of Buddhist Film Foundation
Uploaded 5 Jun 2015
Ajanta - A Portrait of Faith
Visiting the mountain-hewn Ajanta Caves of India
Uploaded 27 Mar 2015
Walking with Kukai–Becoming a Buddha: Pilgrimage in Shingon Buddhism
A look at Master Kukai's influence on Japanese pilgrimage
Uploaded 30 Jan 2015
The Variety of Practice in Soto Zen Buddhism
Dogen’s (1200–53) Soto Zen is known for its emphasis on shikantaza—“sitting only.” In his popular Once Born Zen – Twice Born Zen: The Soto and Rinzai Schools of Japanese Zen, M. Conrad Hyers highlight
Uploaded 10 Oct 2014
The Precept-bestowing Assembly at Eihei-ji
This is the first of a series of articles on Japanese Buddhism written by Gereon Kopf for Buddhistdoor.   When I was teaching at the University of Hong Kong from 2008–9, I was routinely asked about
Uploaded 29 Aug 2014
Spiritual Crossroads (Part I): Difficulties in Bringing Amida Buddha to Europe
Editor’s note: David Brazier is a Buddhist teacher, writer, and psychotherapist. He is President at Instituto Terapia Zen Internacional in Spain and the head of the Amida Order in the United Kingdom.
Uploaded 13 Feb 2014
Gaia Dharma: Self-determination on the Middle Way of Interdependency
“Rise and let go off all the chains...”   Kobzar, Taras Shevchekno   “To whom do you belong?” He asked the ploughmen. “We are the King’s property,&rd
Uploaded 13 Dec 2013
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