"Buddhism" Blogs & Blog Posts

Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
Healing PhilosophyHealing Philosophy

Empowering insight from Eastern and Western philosophy. Harness your inner ...

 
This Is ThisThis Is This

This Is This - A blog of occasional daily life with patchy outbreaks of fun...

 
Mind ShadowsMind Shadows

Between the emotion and the response falls the shadow. I take wide license,...

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 


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In mid-August, Jezebel wrote about the murky sexual abuse allegations surrounding Noah Levine, an influential Buddhist teacher based in Los Angeles. In the time since our story was published, the meditation society that Levine founded has dissolved u...

A billionaire tech mogul with a spiritual side, Mr. Benioff riffs on his early days at Apple and Oracle, and what’s wrong with Facebook.

The blogger Zman provides a very useful summary of the dissident right:If you were trying to reduce the main points of the Dissident Right with a few bullet points, it would be:The people in charge have dangerous fantasies about the future of so...

This very short post by philosopher Stephen Hicks states that:*Metaphysically*, philosophy was born with Thales and the Milesians. *Epistemologically*, it was born with Parmenides and the Eleatics.The Milesian school began around 600 BCE on the...

The Kaihōgyō is a quest to become a living Buddha through 1000 days of gruelling rituals. Ivan Olita was granted rare access to a temple near Kyoto to film The Seven Year Pilgrimage to Enlightenment. (more…)...

Reading philosophical texts can be daunting- sometimes the terminology and words are dense and sometimes you have to re-read multiple times to understand what the writer means. But reading original sources can be highly enriching too. So when I came...

Myanmar has been a technologically backwards authoritarian state for much of the past 50 years, with less than 1% of the country connected to the net, until 2015, when the country held its first elections in decades, a moment that was swiftly followe...