Meet a Teacher: Reverend Seiho Morris
A Rinzai monk and former addiction counselor who leads workshops based on Zen and twelve step practices
Taking Refuge in Tara
How the mantra-based practice of the “Mother of all Buddhas” can transform suffering
Turning Emotions Into Wisdom
Inside the Rubin Museum’s new Mandala Lab
Joyful noise or meditative hum, sound resets the mind for faith
Sound acts as a tether for the mind in the same way the breath or a mantra is used in other forms of meditation.
Buddhist communities consider if, when, and how to reopen
African spirituality offers Black believers ‘decolonized’ Christianity
The pastor of the online Proverbial Experience mixes African spiritual practices with Christianity for worship ‘that is fully integrated with who I am.’
Buddhists with Physical Disabilities Access Digital Dharma
With the move to online sanghas, space is opening up for Buddhist practitioners who once faced limited options.
Together Alone: Online Sanghas in the Age of Social Distancing
Meditation communities have quickly moved online—but the switch to virtual practice hasn’t been without its challenges.
Meditation and surround sound meet prayer in Brooklyn church
Meditation and immersion in soothing sounds meet church liturgy at All Saints Episcopal Church in Brooklyn. The combination takes on stress – and self-examination. Welcome to sound bath Evensong.
Learning to Contemplate the News
Contemplative media studies students learn how to reclaim their attention, and their compassion.