Buddhism Archive

Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster

By Sarah Bentvelzen
When I took up Angels for Beginners, I was experiencing a difficult time in

Tibetan Shamanism, by Larry Peters

By Kalagni
Tibetan Shamanism is an anthropologist’s work based on decades of study and first-hand experience

Meditation: Four techniques to get you started

By Mercury
Meditation has become very popular in western culture in the last few decades, mostly

The Spirit of Zen, by Solala Towler

By Nimue Brown
Could Solala Towler change my mind about Zen? I wondered. As soon as I’d

Radical Dharma, by Rev. angel Kyodo williams

By Donyae Coles
Radical Dharma is about navigating race and gender in the western Buddhist community, but

Dream Yoga, by Andrew Holecek

By Kalagni
Whether or not you are Buddhist, if you’re interested in exploring your mind and

Celebrating the vernal equinox: Beyond bunnies and eggs

By Donyae Coles
The vernal equinox is celebrated in the west as Ostara by many but this

The Finger and the Moon, by Alejandro Jodorowsky

By L. D. Taylor
The Finger and the Moon is a collection of Japanese and Japanese Zen stories,

Not exactly a New Year’s resolution: The saying of the year

By Laura Perry
I’ve never been big on New Year’s resolutions. I tend to feel quiet and

Sacred jewellery

By Xenia
I spoke to three artists who specialize sacred jewellery, David Weitzman, Kalagni, and Isa

Sacred jewellery: The uncut interviews

By Xenia
Members only: I spoke to three artists who specialize sacred jewellery, David Weitzman, Kalagni,

Reclamation after cultural appropriation

By Donyae Coles
Discussions on cultural appropriation is focus on not doing it, which needs to be