1. All you need to know about Zen buddhism - Echo Live
All you need to know about Zen buddhism Echo Live
Zen Master Julian Daizan Skinner talks to Liz Connor about the art and benefits of 'thinking about not thinking'.
2. Karen Horney & the Zen Buddhist Encounter With Western Psychology - Patheos
Karen Horney & the Zen Buddhist Encounter With Western Psychology Patheos
Last year I noticed that today, the 16th of September, 1885, was the birthday of the noted Neo-Freudian psychoanalyst Karen Horney. I riffed a bit on her and her ...
3. Rock and Zen Buddhism come together for one-name artist Nell - The Age
Rock and Zen Buddhism come together for one-name artist Nell The Age
Ancient wisdom, dark chocolate, the Eurythmics and a gate of Marshall amps inspired by a Shinto shrine. Adventurous artist Nell explores dichotomies in her ...
4. Vietnamese Buddhist temple opens in Iroquois Park 'for the whole Louisville community' - Courier Journal
Vietnamese Buddhist temple opens in Iroquois Park 'for the whole Louisville community' Courier Journal
The 14000-square-foot Buddhist temple was welcomed by a crowd of hundreds at the grand opening in Iroquois.
5. Could our forebears have imagined? - Lion's Roar
Could our forebears have imagined? Lion's Roar
In our Weekend Reader newsletter, Buddhadharma deputy editor Koun Franz says it's time to see how big the dharma can really be.
6. Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up – Living a Life of Vulnerability and Compassion with Zen Buddhist Teacher Koshin Paley Ellison - Buddhistdoor Global
Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up – Living a Life of Vulnerability and Compassion with Zen Buddhist Teacher Koshin Paley Ellison Buddhistdoor Global
Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison is a Zen teacher, psychotherapist, and author of Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up (Wisdom Publications 2019).
7. What Can We Learn from an Android Buddhist Preacher? - Lion's Roar
What Can We Learn from an Android Buddhist Preacher? Lion's Roar
As automation increasingly replaces human work in many industries, Cristina Moon shares the shortcomings of artificial intelligence when it comes to replacing ...
8. The Buddhists of Extinction Rebellion - Tricycle
The Buddhists of Extinction Rebellion Tricycle
The climate activism group Extinction Rebellion has drawn many Buddhists and teachers looking to take their practice to the streets.
9. Third International Award for Studies on Interfaith Dialogue with Carmelites Open for Submissions - Buddhistdoor Global
Third International Award for Studies on Interfaith Dialogue with Carmelites Open for Submissions Buddhistdoor Global
Awards for comparative studies on Carmelite mystics and interreligious dialogue.
10. Borusan Contemporary hosts Bill Viola’s first exhibition in Istanbul - Hurriyet Daily News
Borusan Contemporary hosts Bill Viola’s first exhibition in Istanbul Hurriyet Daily News
Borusan Contemporary has opened the new artistic season by hosting the first Istanbul exhibition of the pioneering U.S. video artist Bill Viola. “Bill Viola: ...
11. Why Some Buddhist Teachers Don’t Ordain - Tricycle
Why Some Buddhist Teachers Don’t Ordain Tricycle
In Western Zen, lay Buddhist teachers can get overshadowed by monastics due to the often hazy distinction between their roles.
12. Humanity and Nature are Not Separate – We Must See them as One to Fix the Climate Crisis - Resilience
Humanity and Nature are Not Separate – We Must See them as One to Fix the Climate Crisis Resilience
Though a varied and complex story, the widespread separation of humans from nature in Western culture can be traced to a few key historical developments,
13. 10 Buddhist koans, and why understanding them is pointless - Big Think
10 Buddhist koans, and why understanding them is pointless Big Think
Koans are one of the most meaningful practices in Zen Buddhism. Usually translated as "nonsensical," the sentences have much greater purpose. Breaking ...
14. Where to find the best Michelin-starred vegetarian restaurants in the world - Lifestyle Asia
Where to find the best Michelin-starred vegetarian restaurants in the world Lifestyle Asia
We pull together some of the best restaurants from around the globe who have gone vegetarian with satisfying culinary creations.
15. Key facts about Zen Buddhism – the practice that's all about 'nothingness' - The Irish News
Key facts about Zen Buddhism – the practice that's all about 'nothingness' The Irish News
YOU may have encountered moments of 'Zen' in your life – like a particularly peaceful walk in nature, or while lying down, eyes closed, at the end of a yoga ...
16. Letting Go: A Small Zen Meditation | James Ford - Patheos
Letting Go: A Small Zen Meditation | James Ford Patheos
I find myself thinking of the late popular science writer Stephen Jay Gould. Today, the 10th of September, he would have turned seventy-eight. If he'd not died in ...
17. Hiking the Zen Path - Tricycle
Hiking the Zen Path Tricycle
Hiking Zen Buddhist practitioner and scholar Christopher Ives shares his approach to meditating on the trail.
18. Get the benefits of meditation without sitting - Quartzy
Get the benefits of meditation without sitting Quartzy
The point of meditation isn't meditation itself but waking up. You can do that without sitting practice.
19. Zen Buddhist ideas carry over into cuisine - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Zen Buddhist ideas carry over into cuisine Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Many in the United States are intrigued by Zen Buddhism.
20. Steve ‘Commando’ Willis: ‘I was using exercise to hurt myself’ - NEWS.com.au
Steve ‘Commando’ Willis: ‘I was using exercise to hurt myself’ NEWS.com.au
He might have made his name screaming at contestants on The Biggest Loser, but these days you'll find Commando Steve Willis busy embracing his spiritual ...
21. How to find your inner Zen Buddhist - The Irish Times
How to find your inner Zen Buddhist The Irish Times
Unthinkable: 'A love of mystery is deeply embedded in the Irish psyche,' says the author of a new translation of eastern wisdom stories.
22. IBM gives artificial intelligence computing at MIT a lift - MIT News
IBM gives artificial intelligence computing at MIT a lift MIT News
IBM pledged to donate an $11.6 million computer cluster to MIT modeled after the supercomputer it built at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The donated cluster ...
23. Some Hasty Notes on the Western Encounter with Buddhism & Specifically Zen in the West - Patheos
Some Hasty Notes on the Western Encounter with Buddhism & Specifically Zen in the West Patheos
Some Hasty Notes on the Western Encounter with Buddhism & Specifically Zen in the West (A gathering of newer and older reflections collected for a larger ...
24. Zen Buddhists to End Meditation Meetings at England's York Minster - Buddhistdoor Global
Zen Buddhists to End Meditation Meetings at England's York Minster Buddhistdoor Global
A Zen meditation group that meets at York Minster, a Gothic cathedral in the center of England's City of York, will cease activities there this fall. Meditation ...
25. What Is Zen Buddhism and How Do You Practice It? - Lion's Roar
What Is Zen Buddhism and How Do You Practice It? Lion's Roar
Zen teacher Norman Fischer takes you through the principles and practices of the major schools of Zen Buddhism. Includes specially selected articles for further ...
26. In Its Final Season, The Good Place Faces an Age-old Karmic Question - Tricycle
In Its Final Season, The Good Place Faces an Age-old Karmic Question Tricycle
Satirical notions of karma in The Good Place pervade the NBC sitcom, as it explores the moral dilemma of unintended consequences.
27. Four Central Texts of Soto Zen Buddhism - Patheos
Four Central Texts of Soto Zen Buddhism Patheos
I was wandering around the interwebs when I found myself returning once again to the Sotoshu website, the site for the Japanese Buddhist church from which ...
28. Jacques Rutzky, Meditation Teacher - The Oberlin Review
Jacques Rutzky, Meditation Teacher The Oberlin Review
Jacques Rutzky is the Buddhist Affiliate to the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Oberlin or ORSL. A student of Thai Meditation Master V.R. Dhiravamsa, ...
29. Steve Jobs Death: How He Died & His Last Words - New Idea
Steve Jobs Death: How He Died & His Last Words New Idea
When it comes to computers and tech, you won't find a more iconic name than Steve Jobs. A master of both marketing and design strategy, he had a huge ...
30. Who Was Bodhidharma? - Lion's Roar
Who Was Bodhidharma? Lion's Roar
The legendary founder of Zen in China famously taught a dictum long-regarded as the taproot of Zen, “Point directly at the human mind, see its nature, and ...
31. Lakeside Zen center aims to expand minds, building - Southwest Journal
Lakeside Zen center aims to expand minds, building Southwest Journal
There were very few Zen Buddhists living in Minnesota in December 1974 when Dainin Katagiri Roshi toured an old Spanish colonial mansion on the east shore ...
32. Zen All Day - Tricycle
Zen All Day Tricycle
The Won Buddhist practice of “timeless” Zen aims to bring mindfulness into every part of our lives.
33. Confessions of a Marxist Buddhist - Lion's Roar
Confessions of a Marxist Buddhist Lion's Roar
For a long time, Dorotea Mendoza hid her Marxism from her fellow Buddhists and her Buddhism from her activist comrades.
34. Zen Buddhist Priest Offers Refuge to All Comers in Japan - Buddhistdoor Global
Zen Buddhist Priest Offers Refuge to All Comers in Japan Buddhistdoor Global
Zen priest Shucho Takaoka knows a thing or two about the value of compassion in times of need based on personal experience. This insight has led him to turn ...
35. Opinion: Here's how to fight being 'good' all the time and mind yourself first (by a Zen Buddhist) - TheJournal.ie
Opinion: Here's how to fight being 'good' all the time and mind yourself first (by a Zen Buddhist) TheJournal.ie
Haemin Sunim is a Zen Buddhist who writes about how to love imperfect things – including yourself – in his new book.
36. Konjin Gaelyn Godwin appointed new director of Soto Zen Buddhism International Center - Lion's Roar
Konjin Gaelyn Godwin appointed new director of Soto Zen Buddhism International Center Lion's Roar
Konjin Gaelyn Godwin Roshi has been appointed the director of the Soto Zen Buddhism International Center — the first Westerner and first woman to hold the ...
37. Zen Is Not A Perfume - Lion's Roar
Zen Is Not A Perfume Lion's Roar
When Jan Chozen Bays noticed purveyors of commercial products appropriating the word "Zen," she responded with an open letter published in the Fall 2002 ...
38. W.S. Merwin, US Poet Laureate and Zen Buddhist, dies at 91 - Lion's Roar
W.S. Merwin, US Poet Laureate and Zen Buddhist, dies at 91 Lion's Roar
W.S. Merwin, the American poet, environmental activist, and two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient, died Friday March 15 at his home in Haiku, Hawaii, on the island of ...
39. Soto Zen Buddhism in North America: Some Random Notes from a Work in Progress - Patheos
Soto Zen Buddhism in North America: Some Random Notes from a Work in Progress Patheos
Soto Zen Buddhism in North America Some Random Notes from a Work in Progress (First published on 20 January 2018, minor edits 28 June, 2019) James ...
40. Zen meditation group bridges Kenyon and Mount Vernon - Kenyon Collegian
Zen meditation group bridges Kenyon and Mount Vernon Kenyon Collegian
Every Tuesday evening, a group of local residents and Kenyon students gather inside a small chapel at the United Church of Christ on North Main St. in ...
41. Zen Is All of Life: Remembering Roshi Bernie Glassman - Lion's Roar
Zen Is All of Life: Remembering Roshi Bernie Glassman Lion's Roar
Bernie Glassman broke open our idea of what Buddhism could be, says Andrea Miller. He fed the hungry, cared for the sick, and bore witness to the world's pain.
42. An American Zen Master has died: An oral history of Roshi Bernie Glassman - CNN
An American Zen Master has died: An oral history of Roshi Bernie Glassman CNN
He was a Jew from Brooklyn named Bernie who became of world's most influential -- and controversial -- Buddhist Zen masters.
43. Meditating with Buddhist monks in Japan - National Geographic
Meditating with Buddhist monks in Japan National Geographic
Take to the mountains of Japan, where ascetic monks follow the ancient Sōtō school of Zen Buddhism – and teach Sanro programme participants the tricky art of ...
44. Some Blunt Advice About Your Death by Sydney Worth - YES! Magazine
Some Blunt Advice About Your Death by Sydney Worth YES! Magazine
Sallie Tisdale has advice for all of us future corpses. And that is to talk bluntly about death—especially our own. Tisdale has worked in palliative care and is an ...
45. Schedule as Teacher - Tricycle
Schedule as Teacher Tricycle
A Zen practitioner learns how to overcome indecisiveness with Buddhist practice and see the freedom within a strict schedule at Green Gulch Zen Farm Center.
46. Zen Buddhist priest touched by kindness in Nepal offers shelter to those seeking refuge in Japan - The Japan Times
Zen Buddhist priest touched by kindness in Nepal offers shelter to those seeking refuge in Japan The Japan Times
One day in January, in a quiet Zen temple on a hill in Nagoya's Tenpaku Ward, a priest offered a Nigerian visitor okaki (rice crackers). "Can you eat (this.
47. Leadership Insights From A Zen Buddhist Monk In Japan - Forbes Now
Leadership Insights From A Zen Buddhist Monk In Japan Forbes Now
Following a meditation session with the EMBA participants, the monk, Rev. Ichido Uchida, Director of Kojirin Zen Training Center, sat with the group for ...
48. Amil Khanzada brings meditation and tech together at one of Japan's Zen landmarks - The Japan Times
Amil Khanzada brings meditation and tech together at one of Japan's Zen landmarks The Japan Times
Japan's rural towns have mainly been facing the same big challenge for the past decade: A migration to urban centers for work has left them with declining.
49. The Opportunities and Perils of Postmodern Dharma - Lion's Roar
The Opportunities and Perils of Postmodern Dharma Lion's Roar
David McMahan concluded his influential 2008 book, The Making of Buddhist Modernism, with a question: “Is there something like a postmodern Buddhism ...
50. Ohio Zen Buddhist Temple Receives Green Light for New Home - Buddhistdoor Global
Ohio Zen Buddhist Temple Receives Green Light for New Home Buddhistdoor Global
After months of at times tense deliberation, Buddhists in Toledo, Ohio, have been given permission to begin construction of a new temple. Toledo City Council ...
51. Why So Many Americans Are Turning to Buddhism - The Atlantic
Why So Many Americans Are Turning to Buddhism The Atlantic
Dressed in flowing gold robes, the bald female meditation teacher told us to do nothing. We were to sit silently in our plastic chairs, close our eyes, and focus on ...
52. Soto Zen priests discuss diversity and privilege at biennial gathering - Lion's Roar
Soto Zen priests discuss diversity and privilege at biennial gathering Lion's Roar
The SZBA conference we just completed represents a deep and significant shift in North American Soto Zen Buddhism,” writes SZBA board president Tenku ...
53. Review: Tool's Prog-Rock Tendencies Reach Their Zenith on Fear Inoculum - slantmagazine
Review: Tool's Prog-Rock Tendencies Reach Their Zenith on Fear Inoculum slantmagazine
If nothing else, the band deserves credit for releasing an album as challenging and incrementally rewarding as this.
54. The sociology of EDSA traffic - BusinessWorld Online
The sociology of EDSA traffic BusinessWorld Online
Of course you can call or text on your phone while driving. You can even read your e-mail and reply quickly on your iPad. You might want to catch some quick ...
55. The Americanization of Zen Chanting: A Review - Patheos
The Americanization of Zen Chanting: A Review Patheos
The Americanization of Zen Chanting Stephen Slottow Pendragon Press, Hillsdale, NY, 2019 A review by James Ishmael Ford Stephen Slottow is currently ...
56. Dogen Said Not to Waste a Single Grain of Rice. Here’s How. - Tricycle
Dogen Said Not to Waste a Single Grain of Rice. Here’s How. Tricycle
Zen teacher and cook Gesshin Claire Greenwood shares a recipe for making the most of your leftovers in Zen cooking and cutting down on food waste.
57. OUR ANCESTOR'S DREAMS: Engaging a Zen koan from the Bible - Patheos
OUR ANCESTOR'S DREAMS: Engaging a Zen koan from the Bible Patheos
OUR ANCESTOR'S DREAMS Engaging a koan from the Bible A Dharma talk delivered at the Anaheim Zen Sangha Empty Moon Zen Network 3 August, 2019 ...
58. How Marie Kondo Bucks Japanese Tradition, and Why It Matters - Lion's Roar
How Marie Kondo Bucks Japanese Tradition, and Why It Matters Lion's Roar
Gesshin Greenwood examines how Netflix's "Tidying Up" star Marie Kondo combines the emptiness of Zen Buddhist practice with her signature spark of joy.
59. Zen, Ethics, & the Spiritual Life: A Small Reflection on Being Intentional About What We Do - Patheos
Zen, Ethics, & the Spiritual Life: A Small Reflection on Being Intentional About What We Do Patheos
A couple of years ago I wrote a reflection on Zen's precepts as koans. Okay, it's a subject I return to with some regularity. And the subject has come to mind, or, ...
60. The Shin Buddhist Path - To the Pure Land and Back - Tricycle
The Shin Buddhist Path - To the Pure Land and Back Tricycle
Like the oxherding pictures used in Zen, the Shin Buddhist path to enlightenment can be understood by the seven phases of the drowning sailor.
61. How Japanese Rock Gardens Became Expressions of Zen - My Modern Met
How Japanese Rock Gardens Became Expressions of Zen My Modern Met
Ever wonder about the history of Japanese rock gardens? Discover how these Zen gardens came to be and where to find them in Kyoto.
62. Reflecting (Again) on Zen, Buddhism, Perennialism & Universalism - Patheos
Reflecting (Again) on Zen, Buddhism, Perennialism & Universalism Patheos
"If I am asked to define my personal tastes in religion I must say that they lie between Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism, with a certain leaning toward Vedanta ...
63. Bodhi Day (Rohatsu) – a (Zen) Buddhist day of Practice - Patheos
Bodhi Day (Rohatsu) – a (Zen) Buddhist day of Practice Patheos
December 8 is the day that Japanese Zen schools celebrate Rohatsu, also known as the Buddha's enlightenment day (Japanese: Jōdō-e, 成道会). Many Zen ...
64. La Salle University - La Salle University
La Salle University La Salle University
March 26, 2019. La Salle University's 6th Annual Religion and Culture Lecture series continues on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 7 p.m. Pat Enkyo O'Hara Roshi, ...
65. Zen Buddhist and Poet WS Merwin Dies at 91 - Buddhistdoor Global
Zen Buddhist and Poet WS Merwin Dies at 91 Buddhistdoor Global
One of America's most celebrated poets, who spent his later years as a Zen Buddhist practitioner and environmental conservationist in Hawaii, died in his sleep ...
66. Training in mindfulness - Helena Independent Record
Training in mindfulness Helena Independent Record
When I was still in grade school, about fifth or sixth grade, I began exploring the roots and horizons of my religious/spiritual experience with two questions: Why ...
67. What Is the Shoshin Approach Used by AOC? - Newsweek
What Is the Shoshin Approach Used by AOC? Newsweek
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed off her gardening skills on Twitter over the weekend, partly pinning her success to a concept known as Shoshin. "Garden ...
68. Bernard Glassman, Zen Master and Social Activist, Dies at 79 - New York Times
Bernard Glassman, Zen Master and Social Activist, Dies at 79 New York Times
Bernard Glassman, an acclaimed American Buddhist teacher known for his social activism and, briefly, a venture with the actor Jeff Bridges to capitalize on ...
69. Awakened by Beauty: On Buddhism and Beauty - Tricycle - Tricycle
Awakened by Beauty: On Buddhism and Beauty - Tricycle Tricycle
The Zen priest and scholar Kurt Spellmeyer considers Buddhism and beauty and the role of aesthetics in a renunciant tradition.
70. Circling Emptiness: Mailer and Beckett on Buddhism - Tricycle - Tricycle
Circling Emptiness: Mailer and Beckett on Buddhism - Tricycle Tricycle
Recalling his friendships with Norman Mailer and Samuel Beckett, a Zen student and writer grapples with a central teaching in Buddhism.
71. Japanese Zen Buddhist artist and the influence of China - Modern Tokyo Times
Japanese Zen Buddhist artist and the influence of China Modern Tokyo Times
Japanese Zen Buddhist artist and the influence of China. Lee Jay Walker. Modern Tokyo Times. The Japanese artist, Sōami, is known for an array of areas ...
72. A Transgender Buddhist Trailblazer 20+ Years Later - Tricycle
A Transgender Buddhist Trailblazer 20+ Years Later Tricycle
Buddhist teacher and practitioner Caitriona Reed came out as a “woman of transgender experience” in her article “Coming Out Whole,” published in Inquiring ...
73. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row - The Guardian
Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row The Guardian
Meditation sessions drew criticism from evangelical Christians.
74. Carmelite and Chan/Zen Interfaith Conference to Be Held in Avila, Spain in July 2020 - Buddhistdoor Global
Carmelite and Chan/Zen Interfaith Conference to Be Held in Avila, Spain in July 2020 Buddhistdoor Global
Symposium to bring together experts in Chan and Christian thought.
75. Buddhism’s Postmodern Age - Tricycle
Buddhism’s Postmodern Age Tricycle
Western dharma has become a Postmodern Buddhism, influenced by social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter and #MeToo, according to American ...
76. First They Came for the Buddhists: Faith, Citizenship, and the Internment Camps - Religion & Politics
First They Came for the Buddhists: Faith, Citizenship, and the Internment Camps Religion & Politics
This summer, as the Trump administration has overseen the internment of asylum-seekers and unaccompanied minors in overcrowded detention facilities ...
77. Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains how to walk more mindfully - Quartz
Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains how to walk more mindfully Quartz
Enlightenment is not that complicated and pretty easily attainable. It starts with your breath and a step, Thich That Hanh and Nguyen Anh-Huong explain in their ...
78. Thus Have I Heard: An American Sutra - Tricycle
Thus Have I Heard: An American Sutra Tricycle
During WWII, Japanese American Buddhists were incarcerated by the thousands. Out of the crucible of the camps, a uniquely American Buddhism was born.
79. Zen Buddhism and Japanese Art: Taking Rinzai Buddhism to the rural poor - Modern Tokyo Times
Zen Buddhism and Japanese Art: Taking Rinzai Buddhism to the rural poor Modern Tokyo Times
Zen Buddhism and Japanese Art: Taking Rinzai Buddhism to the rural poor. Lee Jay Walker. Modern Tokyo Times. The holy Buddhist monk Hakuin Ekaku ...
80. What does "Zen" really mean? - Lion's Roar
What does "Zen" really mean? Lion's Roar
I see the word “Zen” tossed around a lot these days. It seems to mean having a relaxing, spa-like experience. Is that what Zen's really about?
81. When Buddhism Came to America - JSTOR Daily
When Buddhism Came to America JSTOR Daily
Buddhism was embraced by the Beats of 1950s America. But some Buddhists felt these converts were engaging with the practice in a shallow way. Alan Watts.
82. Buddhadharma Book Briefs for Fall 2019 - Lion's Roar
Buddhadharma Book Briefs for Fall 2019 Lion's Roar
Stephanie Kaza combines decades of Buddhist practice with scientific training in natural history and ecology in Green Buddhism (Shambhala 2019) both as ...
83. Wilderness Birthed the Mind - Tricycle
Wilderness Birthed the Mind Tricycle
As the Earth radically changes, what happens to the wisdom that it has to offer us? A former monk looks at the relationship between nature and mind.
84. What Is Gassho? - Lion's Roar
What Is Gassho? Lion's Roar
Kobun Chino Roshi explains the meaning of gassho, a hand gesture that is often accompanied with a bow.
85. A Clarion Call for Buddhism - Lion's Roar
A Clarion Call for Buddhism Lion's Roar
In the Spring 2019 issue of Buddhadharma, Annabella Pitkin reviews "A Critique of Western Buddhism: Ruins of the Buddhist Real" by Glenn Wallis.
86. A Zen Buddhist Priest Wonders if Universalism Can Save the World? - Patheos
A Zen Buddhist Priest Wonders if Universalism Can Save the World? Patheos
Can Universalism Save the World? A Zen Buddhist meditation by James Ishmael Ford I notice that today, the 11th of June, is among many other things the ...
87. The secluded epicenter of Zen Buddhism in Europe - La Croix International
The secluded epicenter of Zen Buddhism in Europe La Croix International
The La Gendronnière temple in Loir-et-Cher this past weekend celebrated the 50th anniversary of the arrival of Zen Buddhism on the Old Continent.
88. Zen on the Trail - Psychology Today
Zen on the Trail Psychology Today
As we round the corner into spring, many of us will be eager to get out on the trails to hike and enjoy time in nature. Alongside our physical restlessness, we may ...
89. Buddha Buzz Weekly: Robodhisattva - Tricycle
Buddha Buzz Weekly: Robodhisattva Tricycle
A Zen temple shows off its robot bodhisattva, the Calm app takes on VR, and people disconnect for the National Day of Unplugging.
90. Leonard Cohen's tortured love affair with Zen Buddhism - Quartz
Leonard Cohen's tortured love affair with Zen Buddhism Quartz
Leonard Cohen was waiting for the miracle to come, and he waited half his life away. For three decades, the Jewish poet pop star studied Zen Buddhism. At 65 ...
91. In Focus: Ireland - Six Nations Rugby
In Focus: Ireland Six Nations Rugby
Ireland have never before made it past the quarter-final stage at a Rugby World Cup but as they head to Japan, Joe Schmidt's side have never had a better.
92. The Dharmic Life with Gesshin Greenwood - Tricycle
The Dharmic Life with Gesshin Greenwood Tricycle
The Buddha's journey from upper-class royalty to no-class enlightenment had enough twists and turns to fill a saga. Each stage of his life contains lessons on ...
93. Arcata Zen Group offers a ‘quiet place to sit’ and gather thoughts - Eureka Times Standard
Arcata Zen Group offers a ‘quiet place to sit’ and gather thoughts Eureka Times Standard
Soto Zen Buddhism is a Japanese variation on the religion centering around the spiritual enlightenment and subsequent teachings of Siddhārtha Gautama, ...
94. In Brief Spring 2019 - Tricycle
In Brief Spring 2019 Tricycle
Tricycle's Spring 2019 "In Brief" features select wisdom from sources old and new, including Jules Shuzen Harris, Norman Fischer, and Ajahn Brahm.
95. Thirteen Years of Monkey Mind: Status Report - Patheos
Thirteen Years of Monkey Mind: Status Report Patheos
In 2006, as I was getting ready to take off on my first (and it would turn out to be only) sabbatical I was advised by an elder colleague that it would be wise to keep ...
96. Zen no more: Japan shuns its Buddhist traditions as temples close - The Guardian
Zen no more: Japan shuns its Buddhist traditions as temples close The Guardian
More than one in three temples are expected to close over the next 25 years as religion faces an 'existential crisis'
97. In Bodhi Day meditations, Buddhists tune into themselves, others - nwitimes.com
In Bodhi Day meditations, Buddhists tune into themselves, others nwitimes.com
Welcome to December. A month packed with holidays and parties, gift exchanges, big meals and decorations. While some celebrations come with all the festive ...
98. Seeing God in What Is - Tricycle
Seeing God in What Is Tricycle
Zen priest Norman Fischer explains how his concept of the Jewish God informs his Buddhist practice.
99. An end to suffering: 10 quotes on Buddhist philosophy - Big Think
An end to suffering: 10 quotes on Buddhist philosophy Big Think
What does Buddhism say about suffering? Buddhism has been applied differently across the planet as it enters new cultures. The underlying philosophical ...