Reviewed By: Andrea Juhan Ph.D. My Review: In a straight talk way, Adyashanti points to the divine emptiness, the infinite nothing that we all truly are. He unpacks the Zen teaching of Emptiness Dancing from every direction. Great book for teachers and dancers wanting to understand the nature of space in embodied dancing. Recommended by:…
A portrait of one of the early and foremost teachers of Zen Buddhism in the United States, John Daido Loori.
Zen Master John Daido Loori of Zen Mt. Monastery, NY speaks about Zen Photography.
Kathreen Doling Singh, speaks on the value of grace and awakening as key aspects to her spiritual life.
Professor Paul Gilbert on strengthening the mind through the power of self-compassion.
Zen Master, Daido Roshi explains the body position and Zazen as “the most important teaching Zen has to offer.”
Paul Gilbert describes how compassion is important for when we are facing difficulties in life and people we don’t like.
Explore the science of compassion and how putting this into practice to creates happier lives for ourselves and others.
Pema Chodron shares tonglen, a meditation system as a way to befriend ourselves, accept the past, and widen our compassion.
A collection of lectures, talks, and interviews by beloved Buddhist teacher, Pema Chodron.