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Freedom, at least in the dharmic sense, depends on the quality of attention that we bring to our interactions. Only to the extent that we can be fully present in our relationships with ourselves, with our children, and with each other, are we free.

– Soren Gordhamer, “Finding What’s Right in Front of Us”

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The Spring 2017 issue of Tricycle tackles some of the big questions for practitioners in a multicultural, multireligious world. In our special section, “Spiritual But Not Religious,” you’ll find reflections on the hesitation many feel to subscribe to any one faith. Plus, learn how to change the way you relate to those who anger you in “Overcoming Ill Will,” read a secular Buddhist’s response to facing political calamity in “A Buddhist Brexit,” and consider the question “Is the Dharma Democratic?”

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Dharma Talks

Video teachings and discussions with contemporary Buddhist teachers

Zen and the Work of Everyday Life

Zen and the Work of Everyday Life

Rev. Masaki Matsubara

How can we live meaningful, purposeful, and ethical lives in a world where injustice seems to multiply by the day? A 16th-generation Zen priest in the Rinzai lineage, Reverend Masaki Matsubara, Ph.D., will introduce ways to bring dignity into our own lives and the lives of others as he explores Zen Buddhism’s model for ethical engagement.

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Tricycle Teachings: Meditation, vol. 3

Tricycle Teachings: Meditation, vol. 3

The third volume of Tricycle Teachings: Meditation offers a selection of the clearest and most helpful meditation instructions from Pema Chödrön, Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, and many others. The guidance of these master meditators will help you start or reinvigorate a daily meditation practice.

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Film Club

Buddhist films and discussion for the Tricycle Community

Irrawaddy Mon Amour

Irrawaddy Mon Amour

In Kyauk Myaung, a Burmese village on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, humble street vendor Soe Ko wishes to marry Saing Ko, a quiet mason from a nearby town—but same-sex love is still forbidden by law. Irrawady Mon Amour tells the story of a young gay couple who, with the aid of LGBT activists, Buddhist monks, and village housewives, fight for their right to love and marry in a country struggling to redefine itself in the wake of a brutal totalitarian regime.

Directed by Andrea Zambelli, Nicola Grignani, and Valeria Testagrossa

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Teachings From the Kingdom of Bhutan

Teachings From the Kingdom of Bhutan

Travel with us to the world’s only Buddhist kingdom and experience the wisdom of four prominent teachers, including Matthieu Ricard, Judy Lief, Thupten Rinpoche, and Dosho Port Roshi. In this self-study program, you will explore a range of perspectives on the Buddhist teachings, learn from leading scholars and journalists about modern-day Bhutan, and enjoy stunning footage that captures the realities of day-to-day life in the country as well as the sublime beauty of its landscape.

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