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Death, dying, and our place in the cosmos
Uploaded 5 May 2017
The story of a jewelry artist on embodying the sensual and the sacred
Uploaded 24 Mar 2017
The renaissance of Buddhist art in Nepal
Uploaded 13 Jan 2017
New developments in the initiative to establish a bhikkhuni monastery in the UK
Uploaded 9 Dec 2016
Researching the therapeutic benefits of mindfulness
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
The “Siikainen Stupa,” named after its location in the Siikainen Municipality, in the Satakunta region of western Finland, is the northernmost stupa in the world. This is the story of its construction.
Uploaded 21 Dec 2015
The transformative power of Tibetan appliqué
Uploaded 4 Dec 2015
The fulfillment and joy of pursuing the path of a thangka artist
Uploaded 6 Nov 2015
The ethics and principles of preserving Buddhist art from an academic perspective.
Uploaded 3 Oct 2014
Do religious ideas inspire art, or does the yearning to express art kindle faith? Wendy Yeo R.W.S.W. (Royal Watercolour Society of Wales) has enjoyed a career that has allowed her to explore both ques
Uploaded 8 Aug 2014
Interview with Professor Richard Gombrich: “One has to be immune to discouraging trends in Buddhist Studies”
Several years ago, at the end of one of Professor Richard Gombrich’s seminars in Hong Kong, he was asked a question from several members of the public. They were curious to know how someone could devo
Uploaded 4 Aug 2014
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
Some years ago in the city of Da Tong in Shaanxi Province in China a local made some suggestions to an ill neighbour as to how he might become better. He suggested six things the ill person should do
Uploaded 6 May 2013