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Practice and enlightenment are mutually correlative; they evolve in conjunction with each other. You won’t have a sophisticated practice without a sophisticated image of enlightenment nor a profound image of enlightenment without profound practice.

– Interview with Dale Wright by Sam Mowe, “Why Enlightenment Isn’t One-Size-Fits-All”

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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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Many Buddhist teachings and practices focus on difficult states of mind such as anger, craving, or jealousy. Yet it's also extremely important to acknowledge and cultivate positive mental qualities. Join Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard in this exploration of the seven factors of awakening.

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The Steadying Power of Patience

Dawn Scott

Patience, one of Buddhism’s ten paramis (perfections), is a steadying force that supports us during times of trial and stress. Insight Meditation teacher Dawn Scott explains how to cultivate this noble and essential attribute and how it can reveal a wealth of meaning in everyday experiences.

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Tenzo

Soto Zen monks Chiken and Ryugyo, two classmates, grapple with the trauma of Japan’s post-Fukushima socio-economic crisis while trying to lead their respective temples. Tenzo freely blends fact and fiction in a genre-bending experimental tale based on real Soto Zen monks.

By Katsuya Tomita

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