Not Enlightened, But Lighter
Tricycle’s virtual event series, Living Well in Difficult Times, features conversations with Buddhist teachers, psychologists and writers exploring the building blocks of a life well-lived, from emotional well-being to right livelihood to spiritual friendship. This weeklong event series offers philosophical inquiries into human flourishing and the path of awakening, as well as practical tools and guidance for living the best possible life—no matter what challenges we face in our lives or on the planet.
Join Clark Strand in a six-week exploration of this accessible and profound style of poetry.With Clark Strand
On October 10, explore the fascinating world of Buddhist medicine with Dr. Pierce Salguero, a Buddhism scholar, historian of medicine, and editor of Buddhism and Medicine: An Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Sources. In this hour-long virtual event, he will discuss the emergence of Buddhist healing practices across cultures and its current practice around the world, and will share key Buddhist principles for seeking health and preventing disease.
Ease into embodiment with this Zen and hula-focused embodiment workshop led by June Ryushin Kaililani Tanoue, a Zen priest in the White Plum lineage and a Master Teacher of Hawaiian hula dance.
Take a once-in-a-lifetime journey to visit these sacred sites across Northern India and Nepal. On this special triple-carbon-offset pilgrimage, coming up December 3-18, you’ll visit some of Buddhism’s most holy places with an intimate group of like-minded seekers and practitioners.
Although many factors combine to make death and dying a challenging topic to contemplate, gentle reflection on these themes can cultivate wise response, and support us in living more fully now. This series will explore ways that a balanced reflection on death can support wise and diverse action in three circles: with ourselves, with our close community, and globally, with all beings, in the climate crisis.
In The Mountain Path, filmmaker Edward A. Burger journeys into the peaks and valleys of China’s Zhongnan Mountain range in search of a Buddhist hermit master.
In this episode of Life As It Is, poet Yung Pueblo discusses why he believes that we live in an unprecedented moment of global healing.With Yung Pueblo Length: 52:03