In this special anniversary issue, now available, we celebrate with a selection from some of the best teachings and articles we’ve published over the last fifteen years.
Section I: The Path Is Not Without Obstacles
From illness to disillusionment to the meditator’s high—the challenges of the Buddhist path seem endless. But they’re always fertile ground.
Darlene Cohen • Andrew Holecek • Geoffrey Shugen Arnold • Lama Rod Owens • Venerable Pannavati • Anne Carolyn Klein • Ejo McMullen • Judith Simmer-Brown • Zoketsu Norman Fischer • Pema Khandro Rinpoche • Barbara Rhodes • Nina Wise • Mushim Patricia Ikeda • Edward Espe Brown
Section II: It Takes Practice
Practice in its many forms is at the core of every Buddhist tradition. It’s the way we bring the teachings to life and make them our own.
Lama Willa Miller • Barry Magid • Kosho Uchiyama • Bhante Bodhidhamma • Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel • Taitetsu Unno • Judy Roitman • Ajahn Jayasaro • Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche • Ajahn Sucitto • Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche • Ajahn Amaro • Mark Unno • Kobun Chino • Toni Packer
Section III: At the Heart of It All
Whether you call it wisdom, buddhanature, realization, or enlightenment, the Buddhist teachings point to an experience that is closer than you think.
Joan Sutherland • Guo Gu • Thanissaro Bhikkhu • John Daido Loori • Stephen Holoviak • Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche • Gelek Rimpoche • Lama Palden Drolma • Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche • Ayya Tathaaloka • Setsuan Gaelyn Godwin • David Matsumoto
Section IV: We’re in This Together
Buddhism in the West is more than its practices and teachings. It’s a dialogue—about authenticity, culture, psychology, racism, enlightenment, and more.
Chenxing Han • Karen Maezen Miller • Bhikkhu Bodhi • Bodhin Kjolhede • Judy Lief • Jack Kornfield • Rita Gross • angel Kyodo williams • Jan Willis • Pamela Rubin • B. Alan Wallace • Pamela Ayo Yetunde • John Tarrant
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