Chanting the Lotus Sutra is a way of renewing my vows with myself and the cosmos. For me, it’s about learning to see the essential true nature of life, learning to see beyond the illusion, and to take responsibility for my dreams.
Learn to write from the place in which spiritual work happens, first by cultivating an attitude of open heartedness, curiosity, wonder, and fearlessness, then by creating work expressing those qualities.With Sallie Tisdale
Join us on February 26 at 1 P.M. ET for a conversation with John Peacock to explore the question, “Do politics belong in the Dharma Hall?”
We invite you to join us for our first ever Buddhist Film Festival from March 15-24, 2024, offering five feature length films, five short films, and a live interview and Q&A with filmmaker Lana Wilson, director of The Departure, in conversation with Zen teacher Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara.
In this talk, Lama Karma presents equanimity as a facet of primordial wisdom, and the basis for an authentic response to the challenges we face both personally and as a global community.
This documentary follows three people with terminal illness and their reflections on life and spiritual explorations before death.
In this episode of Tricycle Talks, Zen priest and psychologist Seth Segall explores how Aristotelian, Confucian, and Buddhist traditions can support us in leading an ethical life grounded in virtue and wisdom.With Seth Zuiho Segall