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Reviving the Bhikkhuni Sangha in Indonesia: an Interview with Ayya Santini
Re-establishing the fourfold sangha
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
Book Review: Wendy Garling’s <i>Stars at Dawn</i>
Exploring the indispensable female narrative in Buddhism
Uploaded 28 Oct 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Keeping the Personal Touch—Khandro Thrinlay Chodon's Example
Maintaining the student-teacher connection
Uploaded 30 Sep 2016
Cultivating Wellbeing in the Heart of the City: An Interview with Tsoknyi Rinpoche
Buddhist practice in contemporary society
Uploaded 23 Sep 2016
Dharma in Translation: Lhundup Damchö
On the path to female monasticism
Uploaded 2 Sep 2016
Exclusive Interview: The 17th Karmapa and the Buddhist Nuns of the Tibetan tradition
His Holiness shares his thoughts on the future of female monasticism
Uploaded 19 Aug 2016
Freda Bedi: The Making of a Buddhist Nun
One of the first Western women to be ordained in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition
Uploaded 12 Aug 2016
Deconstructing Bridges and Forging New Highways with Dharma Art – Part Two
Using art as a footpath to conceptual liberation
Uploaded 3 Jun 2016
The Compassion of Guanyin in Carmel, New York
Visiting an exquisite haven of Buddhism
Uploaded 29 Apr 2016
Celtic Buddhism: A Confluence of Two Ancient Traditions
Celtic Buddhism, a little-known permutation of the Buddhist tradition, was founded in Vermont in the late 1980s. We talk to the founder, Ven Seonaidh Perks, to find out more about this unique Buddhist lineage.
Uploaded 21 Dec 2015
Let It Be: Creativity in the Moment
A Buddhist perspective on exploring authentic creative expression
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
The 16th Karmapa Remembered—An Interview with Ngödup Burkhar
Ngödup Burkhar on His Holiness the 16th Karmapa
Uploaded 14 Aug 2015
Retreat, Tradition, and Translation: An Interview with Jigme Khyentse Rinpoche
Exclusive interview with Jigme Khyentse Rinpoche
Uploaded 2 Apr 2015
Echoes of Milarepa in the Mountains of Manang
“Uprooting all confusion from your mind, Stay with me here in rest and quiet. At this very moment the fear of death is full upon you; You are thinking, ‘Safety lies on the far side of the
Uploaded 13 Mar 2015
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