IdeasMagazine | Books, Reviews
Matthew Abrahams is a writer and editor based in Astoria, Queens. He has worked for the New York Post and for Tricycle as its former senior editor.
How together Eastern and Western philosophical traditions can create a richer map of the self
Sitting with Dan Deacon
The musician discusses how meditation inspired his new album, Mystic Familiar, the music of Philip Glass and John Cage, and what happens before you’re born.
The Trauma Dharma
The First Do No Harm training program aims to make meditation safer, in part by recognizing its pitfalls.
Personal Reflections Interviews
David Nichtern Wants to Make You Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
The musician, entrepreneur, and Buddhist teacher discusses his book Creativity, Spirituality, and Making a Buck and uniting our work and spiritual lives.
Why You Should Buy Nothing
The growing community’s cofounder discusses its Buddhist influences.
‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Review
Unlike the sequels that came before it, the latest movie in the Matrix franchise is self-aware enough to keep up with the times.
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Openings
The Dog Days of Dharma Practice
What Buddhist teachers learned during lockdown with their pets
In Defense of “Enlightenment”
“Awakening” has become the preferred English term for the Buddha’s attainment. But has something gotten lost in translation?
CultureMagazine | Books, Reviews
A World Gets Made
George Saunders’s essays on Russian stories offer more than just writing advice.
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