Nikki Mirghafori discusses practicing mindfulness of death and leads a guided meditation inspired by the Buddha’s discourse in the Maranassati Sutta.
Michael Lobsang discusses the Tibetan Buddhist teaching of the four immeasurables through the lens of the Dzogchen tradition.
Satya Robyn invites us to recite the nembutsu, the core Pure Land practice, for a taste of Amitabha’s consolation.
Za Choeje Rinpoche introduces a profound way to open the mind and to rest in awareness, accessing more freedom.
Meditation teacher Narayan Helen Liebenson investigates how shamatha (calming the mind) and vipassana (inquiring into the true nature of phenomena) fit together.
Adele Tomlin outlines the key differences between the two views of emptiness, developed by Tibetan Buddhist scholars and masters.