The Best of Tricycle Magazine
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Best Buddhist Books for Beginners: A Comprehensive List
Looking for a book to start learning about Buddhism? These 80 essential Buddhist books that have led our readers to Buddhist teachings.
Lama Yeshe on the power of using visualizations during meditation
Tricycle Magazine on Zen
The Dharma of the Rings
Zen teacher David Loy’s Buddhist take on "The Lord of the Rings," in honor of the first film’s 20th anniversary.
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Inside the First-Ever Scientific Study of Post-Mortem Meditation
Shared by 222, including John Hagel, Matthias Lampe, Jane
«As Tibetan Buddhists have long believed, biological death is more like a process—or a journey through various states—than a simple on/off switch. »
Putting Away the Books
A Theravada monk reflects on renunciation, monasticism, and liberal values.
Purify Your Motivation
Especially after awakening, we need to pay attention to the impacts of our actions.
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