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Sake Sales, Online Funerals, and Zen Apps — Japan’s Buddhists Seek to Overcome COVID-19 Financial Losses
New developments as Japanese Buddhism struggles to remain relevant
Uploaded 11 Mar 2021
Pandemic Boosts Interest in Buddhist-Inspired Mindfulness and Meditation Apps
Lockdowns have brought stress and new opportunities to take up this ancient practice
Uploaded 26 Jan 2021
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s Tergar Community Offers Dzogchen Immersion Study Online
Dzogchen course part of an expanding library of online Vajrayana Buddhist study
Uploaded 25 Jan 2021
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche Welcomes 2021 with Global Gathering, Announces Bhumisparsha Project to Continue
Rinpoche appeals for sanity and hope for a brighter 2021
Uploaded 6 Jan 2021
Dzongsar Khyenste Rinpoche to Conduct Public Teaching on Vipassana
Teachings titled “Vipassana” to be held on 26–27 December
Uploaded 21 Dec 2020
Tibetan Monk Shows No Signs of Decay 26 Days after Clinical Death
The monk is believed to have entered a rare meditative state
Uploaded 17 Dec 2020
Tergar Meditation Community to Offer Webinar on “Awakening Wisdom through Analysis”
Teaching Buddhist insight meditation to be translated into six languages
Uploaded 9 Dec 2020
Tergar Meditation Community Offers Online Buddhist Guidance for Uncertain Times
Spiritual guidance for well-being amid crisis
Uploaded 25 Nov 2020
Buddhist Teachers and Sanghas in the US Offer Election-Night Meditation
With anxiety levels at an all-time high, online meditation and community offer respite
Uploaded 3 Nov 2020
Collective Trauma Summit Highlights the Healing Power of Contemplative Practices
Using meditation and mindfulness to develop clarity about global suffering
Uploaded 29 Sep 2020
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