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About Western Dharma

 

Justin Whitaker grew up on a dirt road 10 miles from the nearest town in Montana. In college he stumbled upon philosophy and Buddhism, two loves that have carried him around the world ever since. He now holds a PhD in Buddhist ethics from the University of London and lives in the US.

Western Dharma is published monthly.

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Dr. Eliot Tokar: Cultivating Tibetan Medicine in the West
Sustaining an ancient heritage
Uploaded 25 Apr 2018
Healing a Heart and a Community: Andrea Winn and Project Sunshine
On growing up in the Shambhala community, years of abuse, and the hope of bringing healing to others.
Uploaded 28 Mar 2018
Creating a Compassionate Civilization: An Interview with Robertson Work
Author of A Compassionate Civilization offers a vision of a sustainable future
Uploaded 9 Feb 2018
Maia Duerr: Zen, Life, and Livelihood
Living with intention and meaning
Uploaded 18 Jan 2018
Lama Rod Owens: Challenging Identity through Vulnerability
On vulnerability, identity, and Buddhism in America
Uploaded 20 Dec 2017
Josh Korda: Where Buddhism, Life, and Psychology Meet
Walking the Dharma in in modern America
Uploaded 30 Nov 2017
An Olive Branch: Reaching Out to Those Affected by Abuse in Buddhist Sanghas
Countering misconduct and healing wounds
Uploaded 23 Oct 2017
Survey: Reviewing the Demographics of Buddhism in America
Three Buddhist scholars examine the latest poll of American religious identity
Uploaded 29 Sep 2017
A Buddhist Garden of Peace in Rural Montana
An outpost of the Dharma in North America
Uploaded 25 Aug 2017
Secular Buddhism in North America
Interpreting the Dharma for the modern age
Uploaded 21 Jul 2017
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