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Exploring Buddhism’s Tensions With Modernity: An Interview with Prof. David McMahan
Is the secularization of Buddhism missing the point?
Uploaded 28 Oct 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Science and Buddhism—Alliance and Friendship, Not Ideological Uniformity
Building dialogues and connections with science
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
Procrastination, Determination, and Compassion
The spiritual perfection of adhitthana
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
Exclusive Interview: Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche on Living Life with Balance and Awareness
Buddhistdoor's interview with a revered Karma Kagyu and Nyingma master
Uploaded 23 Sep 2016
Cultivating Wellbeing in the Heart of the City: An Interview with Tsoknyi Rinpoche
Buddhist practice in contemporary society
Uploaded 23 Sep 2016
Deconstructing Bridges and Forging New Highways with Dharma Art – Part Two
Using art as a footpath to conceptual liberation
Uploaded 3 Jun 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Communicating Buddhism to Young People
Ideas for communicating Buddhism to youth
Uploaded 24 Jul 2015
Approaching Vajrayana
A new series on the basics of Vajrayana
Uploaded 8 May 2015
How to be Mindful of our Habits
I remember a story that a sister (let's call her Sister G) told me the year before I ordained. It was raining, so a number of women were sleeping in our small meditation hall. As Sister G walked by, s
Uploaded 10 Apr 2015
<i>Mindfulness: Diverse Perspectives on its Meaning, Origins and Applications</i>
Mindfulness is an ancient technique used in many meditative religious traditions, and has inspired an entire industry in the fields of health and psychology. It is now very popular among modern physio
Uploaded 26 Sep 2014
The ‘Double Dukkha’ of Craving and Addiction
Sangeeta Bansal Ph.D, a researcher and writer, is also the founder of a non-profit called Mindside, which aims to make the benefits of mindfulness meditation available to all. Mindside offers an eight
Uploaded 3 Jun 2014
How Mindfulness Works: What does the Field of Science have to Offer?
We all know that life is suffering - but why do we suffer?  And when we spend ten minutes sniffing, examining, chewing, and finally mindfully eating a raisin, what exactly happens to our brains?  Thes
Uploaded 20 May 2014
"Pizzled" and "Frazzled" Minds: How Meditation can Help
Sangeeta Bansal Ph.D, a researcher and writer, is also the founder of a non-profit called Mindside, which aims to make the benefits of mindfulness meditation available to all. Mindside offers an eight
Uploaded 8 Mar 2014
The Healing Power of Meditation: A Book Review
Sangeeta Bansal Ph.D, a researcher and writer, is also the founder of a non-profit called Mindside, which aims to make the benefits of mindfulness meditation available to all. Mindside offers an eight
Uploaded 8 Mar 2014
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