Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker

Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker a dharma successor of Roshi Bernie Glassman, is the teacher for the No Traces Zendo in New York City. She is also a professor of philosophy at Sarah Lawrence College.

Magazine Teachings

The Buddhist Guide to Gossip

When we were teenagers, my brother had a funny little routine about gossip. He would begin with “I never say anything about anyone that isn’t good,” and then, leaning over as if to whisper in your ear, he would add, “and, boy, is this good!” Usually that was followed by something really juicy. We find […]

By Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker

Magazine Arts & Culture

Who Are You? Getting to the true answer

THE DIAMOND IN YOUR POCKET: DISCOVERING YOUR TRUE RADIANCEGangajiBoulder: Sounds True, 2005280 pp.; 22.95 (cloth) THIS IS AN EXCEEDINGLY CLEAR and accessible book about the realization of our true nature and what gets in the way of that realization. Its author, the American spiritual teacher known as Gangaji, writes in the introduction, “What I speak […]

By Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker


Grace and Grit: Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber

Grace and Grit: Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber By Ken Wilber. Shambhala Publications: Boston, 1991.413 pp. $25.00 (hardcover). When Ken Wilber and Treya Killam met in 1983, it was “love at first touch.” They married shortly thereafter, and almost immediately learned that Treya had breast cancer. Grace and Grit is the story of […]

By Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker
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