In an excerpt from his new online course, “The Power of Not Knowing,” Buddhist teacher Martin Aylward explains the benefits of setting aside what we already know and embracing the freedom of not knowing.
Meditation Meditation Month 2023
What We Gain When We Learn to Let Go
There are two sides to this Buddhist practice: letting go of something and letting go into something.
The Mirror of Practice
Three points to guide you in meditation
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Feature
Leaving Everything Behind
A renowned teacher gives up a traditional life of protection to seek the extreme and transformational conditions of an anonymous mendicant monk.
Everyday Buddhahood: Caregiving as Dharma Practice
When we raise children, assist our aging parents, or tend to a sick friend, caregiving offers an opportunity to transform our interactions with others into part of the Buddhist path. In this series, Repa Dorje Odzer…
This Week in Retreat: Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo on Letting Go
This week, Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo teaches on Gain and Loss (everyone wants the former, nobody, the latter), two of the “Eight Worldly Concerns.” Plenty of discussion follows. One participant writes, Your teachings are so clear and…
Buddhas and Distraction Junkies
Pamela Gayle White and Khedrub Zangmo, from Week 2 of their Tricycle Retreat, PGW: At some point we should look at the difference between the view of someone who is completely awake, a Buddha, and the…
MeditationMagazine | Online Retreats
Lighten Your Load
Cleaning out your attic—and your mind
TeachingsMagazine | Dharma Talk
Judy Lief teaches us to walk through life without holding on.
Get Daily Dharma in your email
Start your day with a fresh perspective
Explore timeless teachings through modern methods.
With Stephen Batchelor, Sharon Salzberg, Andrew Olendzki, and moreSee Our Courses