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A Buddhist Chaplain for the Tibetan Community in Toronto
Lama Tenzin Dakpa works to keep Tibetan language and culture alive in Canada
Uploaded 27 Jul 2018
Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto Hosts the First International Buddhist Bhikkhuni Forum
Understanding, encouraging, and celebrating the roles of women in Buddhism
Uploaded 14 Jun 2018
Building Communities and Cultivating Networks in the Field of Buddhist Studies
Experiential learning at the University of Toronto
Uploaded 13 Oct 2017
Founding a Landmark of the Dharma in Canada
Establishing the Po Lam nunnery in Chilliwack
Uploaded 29 Dec 2016
The Wisdom of No Escape: Growing up in the Remote Kingdom of Shambhala*
Hasta Colman recalls her childhood adventures growing up in a Buddhist community in Nova Scotia, and the teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
Uploaded 21 Dec 2015
Art as Buddhist Practice—A Portrait of Tsunma Jamyang Donma
Harsha Menon talks with a creator of glass thangkas
Uploaded 21 Aug 2015
The Beauty of Despair
Last week, I was speaking with a friend who had fallen into despair about the state of the environment. She is an organic farmer and had just been to Washington, D.C. to lobby for stronger laws to pro
Uploaded 6 Mar 2015
Healing Means Being Whole
Visiting family in Toronto this week, the news has been dominated by the story of a popular radio show host accused of ongoing harassment and violence towards a number of women. When he was first fire
Uploaded 7 Nov 2014
A General Overview of the 17th IABS Congress in Vienna (18–23 August 2014)
On the way to Vienna for the 17th Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (IABS) in the early morning of 18 August, the good memories of the 16th Congress at Dharma Drum Mountain
Uploaded 17 Oct 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
“May this image win me virtue”: <i>The Courtauld Institute of Art’s Proceedings of the Buddhist Art Forum 2012</i>
Buddhistdoor International would like to thank Professor David Park, Director of the Courtauld Institute of Art’s Conservation of Wall Painting Department, for kindly hosting us in London and pr
Uploaded 1 Mar 2014
Gaia Dharma: Self-determination on the Middle Way of Interdependency
“Rise and let go off all the chains...”   Kobzar, Taras Shevchekno   “To whom do you belong?” He asked the ploughmen. “We are the King’s property,&rd
Uploaded 13 Dec 2013
Echoes of Tantra: Remnants of the Mahasiddhas
Vajrayana is associated in Buddhist history and legend with the locale of Uddiyana, ruled by wise kings who first practiced tantra after being introduced to it by Shakyamuni Buddha.
Uploaded 7 Sep 2013
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