- On Meditation and the Unconscious: A Buddhist Monk and a Neuroscientist in Conversation
- Carolyn Chen: “Buddhism has found a new institutional home in the West: the corporation.”
- Why So Many Americans Are Turning to Buddhism
- Neuroscience Has a Lot To Learn from Buddhism
- What Buddhism can do for AI ethics
Buddhists believe that bodhisattvas reside in heavenly realms but can also appear on Earth disguised as humans, animals or other types of beings.
Superstar monks have built massive followings — but dancing, singing, and fame-seeking are all violations of the monastic code.
Buddhism teaches us to focus our energy on eliminating suffering in the world.
Claude AnShin Thomas enlisted in the US Army at 17, served as a helicopter gunner and crew chief in the Vietnam War, and was awarded numerous medals and a Purple Heart – all before becoming ordained…
We are not who we were very long ago. A lot of new ideas have emerged from Buddhism and other traditions emphasizing compassion, equality, nonviolence and critical perspectives on materialism and…
The ancient Eastern religion is helping Westerners with very modern mental-health problems.
Silicon Valley is the latest player in a history of Western appropriation of Buddhism
An excerpt from "Beyond the Self: Conversations between Buddhism and Neuroscience."
How My Mindfulness Practice Lead Me To Meltdown
Modern mindfulness strips Buddhism of its spiritual core. We need an ethics of reincarnation for an interconnected world
A scientist and a monk compare notes on meditation, therapy, and their effects on the brain
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