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.
Teachings Eightfold Path
Reflections on the Eightfold Path
In an excerpt from Tricycle’s newest online course, “Reimagining the Eightfold Path,” Stephen Batchelor describes why the path metaphor is so powerful and how we might approach this foundational Buddhist teaching today.
Stepping Out of Situational Patterning
In the online course “Dependent Arising,” four teachers from Bodhi College discuss choice and the wholesome patterns that allow us to respond, not react.
The Gift of Change
How examining impermanence can liberate us from our fixed habits
Understanding Equanimity: The Secret Ingredient in Mindfulness
In her online course “The Boundless Heart,” Sharon Salzberg explains how equanimity leads to wisdom and infuses the other qualities of the heart with balance.
The Many Shades of Mindfulness
Mindfulness is a word that has been absorbed into our culture. But it's important to appreciate the depth and nuances of what it can offer.
Where to Find Joy and How to Cultivate It
Teachers Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard explain piti, one of the seven factors of awakening, and why it’s so important
The Seven Factors of Awakening Explained
Teachers Christina Feldman and Jaya Rudgard explain why we follow the path, the “creative tension” involved, and how to start cultivating the seven qualities that lead to awakening
Do You Need an Entire Universe to Make an Apple Pie?
A meditation on dependent arising reminds us that we’re not so important—and yet, we're not insignificant, either.
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