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When we are open, we see that essentially everything belongs because it simply is what it is, even our reactivity. We notice that when we actually see and understand something, it drops away.


– Laura Bridgman and Gavin Milne, “Our Inner Threat”


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Fall 2021

Tricycle’s 30th anniversary issue celebrates three decades of Buddhist teachings, dialogue, and growth. In the “Coming Full Circle” anniversary special section, Tricycle contributors revisit their articles to reflect on what’s changed and what’s remained, psychologist Daniel Goleman interviews His Holiness the Dalai Lama, whose image graced the cover of Tricycle’s first issue, and novelist Ruth Ozeki and author Stephen Batchelor discuss creativity. Other highlights include a portfolio of Tara silkscreens by artist Mayumi Oda, a Tara healing practice for those with complicated relationships with their parents, and a conversation between composer Philip Glass and artist Fredricka Foster on music, meditation, and dreaming.

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