The Buddhism & Ecology Summit
A Q&A with Shaila Catherine, an expert in insight and jhana meditation practices.By The Editors
In the union of form and emptiness, our bodies and minds and the whole phenomenal world are not rejected but rather are found to be direct expressions of the sacred.
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It's in our relationships that we see the progress we are making on the Buddhist path. They often show us where we are stuck and provide great opportunities for practice. In this online course, we will spend time with each of the paramis—or "perfections"—and find creative ways of combining them to bring joy and wisdom into our relationships.With Martine Batchelor and Laura Bridgman
Join us April 17-21 for Tricycle’s second annual Buddhism and Ecology Summit, a weeklong series of conversations with Buddhist teachers, writers, environmental activists and psychologists on transforming eco-anxiety into awakened action. We’ll offer perspectives and practices for working with difficult emotions and creating pathways to meaningful action.
Join us on this Buddhist Pilgrimage to Mongolia and witness a Buddhist renaissance firsthand in the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky—August 4-17, 2023.
Join us on this Buddhist Pilgrimage to India & Nepal and explore what the Buddha said there are four sites that every committed dharma practitioner should visit. October 31 – November 13, 2023.
Video teachings with contemporary Buddhist teachers
Led by meditation teacher Thanissaro Bhikkhu, this dharma talk discusses how to use the Buddha’s teaching on the three fabrications (sankhara)—bodily, verbal, and mental—to break down anger and replace it with a perspective that’s more conducive to dealing skillfully with the situation that provoked the anger to begin with.
Buddhist films and discussion for the Tricycle community
A young backpacker encounters a host of challenges, insights, and surprises when she reluctantly ventures to a Buddhist monastery in the Himalayas.
Conversations with contemporary Buddhist leaders & thinkers
In this episode of Life As It Is, writer Ross Gay explores how joy emerges from how we care for one other—and how it dissolves the boundaries between us.With Ross Gay