Upcoming Tricycle Events

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Secular Buddhism Today: A Conversation with Winton Higgins and James Shaheen
A live Zoom event
November 18, 2021, 5–6 PM EST

Secular Buddhism Today is the inaugural event in Tricycle’s new monthly speaker series featuring Buddhist scholars, teachers, and wSecular Buddhism Today: An Event with Winton Higginsriters in conversation on some of the most pressing issues in Buddhism today. All events in this series are free for Tricycle Premium subscribers.

In this special event, Insight Meditation teacher and scholar Winton Higgins will discuss themes from his new book Revamp: Writings on Secular Buddhismwhich explores the emergence of secular Buddhism and its application to contemporary issues including the climate crisis and social injustice.

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Zen and the Art of Aging Gracefully: A Virtual Workshop With Lewis Richmond
A live Zoom event
October 27, 2021, 5–6 PM EST

Zen and the Art of Aging Gracefully: A Virtual Workshop With Lewis Richmond

Zen teacher and author Lewis Richmond led a dharma talk on aging as spiritual practice, a short guided practice, and audience Q&A. If you missed the event, you can join Richmond’s online course, Aging as a Spiritual Practice.

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Grieving Mindfully: A Virtual Pandemic Grief Circle With Sharon Salzberg and Sameet Kumar
A live Zoom event
October 14, 2021, 5–6 PM EST
Grieving Mindfully, Together: A Virtual Pandemic Grief Circle With Sharon Salzberg and Sameet Kumar

Tricycle hosted a live virtual COVID grief circle on October 14 led by beloved meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg and psychologist Dr. Sameet Kumar, a grief counselor and author of Grieving Mindfully: A Compassionate and Spiritual Guide to Coping with Loss.

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Wisdom Is Bliss: A Conversation With Robert Thurman
A live Zoom workshop
September 21, 2021, 4–5 PM EST
Wisdom Is Bliss: A Conversation With Robert Thurman

This live conversation between Thurman and Tricycle Editor-in-Chief James Shaheen explored themes from Thurman’s new book Wisdom Is Bliss: Four Friendly Fun Facts That Can Change Your Life, including the nature of reality as bliss, the eightfold path as a training in “realism,” and how to find joy along our own path of learning.

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Understanding the Factors of Awakening
A live Zoom workshop
September 9, 2021
Understanding the Factors of Awakening with Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard

Understanding the Factors of Awakening was a free live virtual workshop with Bodhi College and Insight Meditation teachers Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard. In this special hour-long event, Feldman and Rudgard offered an introduction to the bojjhanga (“awakening factors”) teachings of the early Buddhist canon, and lead a guided meditation to support the cultivation of positive qualities such as mindfulness, equanimity, joy, and tranquility.

This workshop was a preview for Tricycle and Bodhi College’s new eight-week online course, The Seven Factors of Awakening, starting on September 13.

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Secularizing Buddhism
A donation-based virtual event series
August 2 – 5, 2021
Secularizing Buddhism – A Virtual Event Series

Tricycle and Shambhala Publications hosted a live speaker series to celebrate the launch of the new anthology, Secularizing Buddhism: New Perspectives on a Dynamic Tradition. In this week-long conversation series, Buddhist scholars and practitioners explored the complex interactions between traditional Buddhism and modern secularism, from the integration of mindfulness into American schools to the question of rebirth.

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Tricycle’s 30th Anniversary
A monthlong celebration with 15+ speakers
April 2021

To celebrate Tricycle’s 30th anniversary, we brought together some of our favorite Buddhist teachers and longtime Tricycle contributors for a monthlong series of donation-based virtual events—including an exclusive interview with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the cover star of Tricycle’s first issue!

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Live Online Practice Sessions

A virtual series with various Buddhist teachers

In response to this time of heightened anxiety and isolation due to the COVID–19 heath crisis, Tricycle is offering free virtual meditations from some of our beloved teachers.

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