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– David Rome, “Focusing”

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Winter 2020

As uncertainty and distress escalate amid social, political, and environmental unraveling and on the brink of a US presidential election, it can be hard not to get caught up in the times. But as Editor-and-Publisher James Shaheen writes in this issue’s editorial (“A Time for Eternities”), we must do our best to ground our experience of such day-to-day turbulence in the spiritual truths that endure. In “Living in a World That No Longer Exists,” social critic Curtis White ruminates on the changed shape of cultural artifacts he previously thought to have vanished; pop music icon Tina Turner reflects on the Buddhist teachings and practices that made her indestructibly strong throughout her adult life; and Insight Meditation teacher Tuere Sala talks about racial justice in the context of her time as a Buddhist prosecuting attorney. And because patience can’t be valued enough, Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche expounds on this pillar of Buddhist practice in the Dharma Talk “The Path of Patience.”

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Lama Willa Blythe Baker helps us access the body’s wisdom through an exploration of the four layers of embodiment: the physical, energetic, mental, and integrative. These layers are increasingly subtle, and Lama Miller explains how we can develop our awareness as we attune to them. By learning to listen more closely to our bodies, we can open our hearts and liberate our minds, opening the door to a deeper engagement with the world. 

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Buddhist Shorts Film Festival 2021

Ring in 2021 with Tricycle’s Buddhist Shorts Film Festival! This month, we’re featuring five short films documenting Buddhist diversity around the world.


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