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The Growing Library of Loving Kindness
Planting books as metta seeds for the mind
Uploaded 1 Aug 2018
Sowing the Seeds of <i>Metta</i> to Dissolve Fears of the Unknown
Metta meditation as a portable loving kindness Wi-Fi hotspot
Uploaded 21 Jul 2017
Baby Steps on the Path of Purity
Introducing a new column on the teachings of Theravada Buddhism
Uploaded 17 Feb 2017
A Small and Precious Miracle
Meditating on metta
Uploaded 4 Nov 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>—Why Buddhism is Not All About the Search for Happiness
How happiness is just a small part of the Buddhist path
Uploaded 8 Jul 2016
Indiana Buddhist Temple: Spreading the Light of Compassion across America’s Heartland
Nurturing the garden of Buddhist compassion
Uploaded 27 May 2016
Lama Palden Drolma: Transmitting the Teachings to the West
A profile of a Western female lama in North America
Uploaded 5 Feb 2016
The Reawakening of Tsogyal Latso: Birthplace of Yeshe Tsogyal—a Generation Reborn
Maintaining the lineage and legacy of Yeshe Tsogyal
Uploaded 22 Jan 2016
Form and Content: Integrating Dharma and Yoga
Exploring conscious awareness and living in the present
Uploaded 30 Oct 2015
Leading with Wisdom in the Digital Age
Wisdom 2.0 in Singapore
Uploaded 26 Jun 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Dharma and the Erotic
A good deal of contemporary Buddhist literature exists that confronts unhealthy and deluded ideas of romantic and sexual love. Today’s popular media and advertising certainly peddles a distorted
Uploaded 12 Jun 2015
“Mindfulness Itself Has a Healing Property”: Venerable Analayo on Healing the Body and Mind
How disappointed are we in old age when joints just don’t move as easily as they used to? How about when the body refuses to obey us when we are ill or bedridden? How often have we vented, &ldqu
Uploaded 24 Apr 2015
MBSR and Buddhist Mindfulness: Seeking Continuities, Not Differences
As anyone interested in meditation or Buddhism will have noticed, there has been considerable coverage recently of the benefits of mindfulness in a so-called “secular” setting. The discussion has cent
Uploaded 27 Mar 2015
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