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Heirs to the Tiantai Tradition: The Tiantai Trilogy, Part 3
The Tendai lineages of Japan
Uploaded 27 Dec 2017
Why Meditate?
Understanding the transformative approaches to meditation in Japanese Buddhism
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
How to Read Japanese Buddhist Texts?
Approaching historical Buddhist texts
Uploaded 9 Sep 2016
<i>Patrons and Patriarchs</i> – Book Review
Tracing the emergence of Chan Buddhism in China
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
<i>The Immortals: Faces of the Incredible in Buddhist Burma</i> – Book Review
Guillaume Rozenberg investigates the intriguing cult of weikza
Uploaded 23 Oct 2015
The 16th Karmapa Remembered—An Interview with Ngödup Burkhar
Ngödup Burkhar on His Holiness the 16th Karmapa
Uploaded 14 Aug 2015
Educating Buddhist Children in America
Giving American children a Buddhist education
Uploaded 26 Jun 2015
Shinto: The Way of, to, and with the Gods!
Exploring the Shinto tradition
Uploaded 19 Jun 2015
Spiritual Crossroads (Part II): The Movement of Amida-shu in the West
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
"Tracking Bodhidharma" takes us on a journey in China
Caitlin Dwyer reviews Andy Ferguson’s book "Tracking Bodhidharma"
Uploaded 2 Sep 2013
Meditation is not Mind Control
A few years ago, when I attended my first Vipassana meditation retreat, it felt like the worst imaginable situation. I had never ever shut my mouth or my mind for even 5 minutes; leave alone for the r
Uploaded 29 Aug 2013
The meaning of Kamma in early Buddhism
 Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 7, March 2008. Introduction The word karma, etymologically meaning “action”, is a term common to many of the an
Uploaded 20 Apr 2013
What Exactly Did the Buddha Say ?
IntroductionThe short answer to this question is very simple: we do not really know. That, however, is not really an acceptable answer to most people because in the past 2500 years or more, many h
Uploaded 18 Apr 2010
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