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If we don’t know what we are doing, how can we be our self? If our mind is somewhere else, it means we are trying to be someone else, not who we are in the present moment.

– Les Kaye, “The Time is Now”

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In the Summer 2017 issue of Tricycle a Buddhist priest and a Muslim activist join forces to discuss the rise of nativism in “Dialogue Across Difference”; Paul Hawken offers his “100 Best Climate Solutions—And Why They’re Going to Work” in an era of ecological destruction; and the abbot of the Zen Center of Los Angeles advises us to “Hold to the Center!” when things blow up around us. 

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The Oxherder’s Journey

The Oxherder’s Journey

Barbara Joshin O'Hara

What can you expect to find when you set out on a path of spiritual development? The answer is not as mysterious as you may think. In this dharma talk series, Barbara Joshin O’Hara, Sensei walks us through the classic Zen blueprint of the path to enlightenment: the ten oxherding pictures, which clearly lay out each step along the way to awakening.


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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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Living in Harmony

Living in Harmony

In ancient India, the Buddha came to realize that the underlying cause of conflict is, in fact, a thorn lodged deeply within our own heart and mind. In this 8-week course, Buddhist scholar and teacher Andrew Olendzki will guide us through the historical Buddha's teachings on how to dislodge that thorn. We'll explore his advice for dealing with conflict, fear, pain, and violence, and discover our innate capacity to live together peacefully.

With Andrew Olendzki
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