Buddhadharma – The Practitioner's Quarterly Winter 2020
FEELING OUR WAY TO AWAKENING
The emotions we wish we didn't have, that we'd like to just get over? Those feelings, say Jody Hojin Kimmel, are not obstacles on the path - they are the path.
WHAT'S DAOISM GOT TO DO WITH IT?
Livia Kohn reviews "China Root: Daoism, Chan, and Original Zen by David Hinton."
Chöying Khandro takes us on a tour of Chöd, where we visit the places we don't want to go and offer ourselves up to the things that frighten us the most.
IT COMES DOWN TO CHARACTER
We often look at Buddhist practice as a way of cultivating particular qualities; Thanissaro Bhikkhu reminds us, however, that the Buddha also spoke of qualities we must have to take up the practice in the first place.
And much more...