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Fragment of a wall painting showing bodhisattvas now in the Freer Sackler Galleries, probably from Kucha (see p.5). Michelle Wang (Georgetown University), her work systematized and greatly expanded that started previously by IDP which had resulted in items from the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute, Morgan Library and Museum, Princeton East Asian Library and University Art Museum, the Lo Collection, and UCLA becoming available online.
In any given day, Elephant Journal might write about yoga practice, a consumer boycott, the coolest yoga pants to buy, and the decline and resurrection of a personal meditation practice.
The Lifestream is a feed of all his writing on all the subjects he writes so eloquently about. Shambhala Sunspace When Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche brought his version of Buddhism to the West forty years ago, he framed them as the Shambhala teachings to make them relevant to a young American audience.(you know who you are – some of your ads even show up automatically at the bottom of this page). Heâ€™s a software and usability engineer, mostly for startups in Silicon Valley. Here are some other blogs you may also enjoy: Most Recent Buddhist Story By Beliefnet Most Recent Inspiration blog post Happy Reading! There were many more good sessions at the Wisdom 2.0 conference this weekend. "The only true wisdom consists of knowing that you know nothing." - Alex Winter, as Bill S. in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure"That's us, dude! He graduated from MIT with a degree in mathematics, where he also tried out his first weekend meditation retreat. Besides the Interdependence Project One City blog, which I humbly submit manages to have a more relevant, lively, and consistent conversation about Buddhist technique in 21st century lifestyle than anyone else out there – I’ve found that there are a handful of blogs and websites I always come back to.So in no particular order, here are the 10 of the best websites to check out when exploring your own practice (or just if you’re just curious about Buddhism). How to Save the World Dave Pollard is an extraordinary thinker who has been writing for years about the intersection of environment, intentional community, and personal choices and “a better understanding of how the world really works”.
This is one of the first places I saw Buddhism being explored online, and it is constantly being updated. The Dalai Lama’s Personal Wesbite His Holiness’ website includes audio teachings in many languages (check out Webcasts) as well as news updates and a photo gallery that makes me wonder why he’s never done a music video. Buddhist Geeks While The Interdependence Project may have the best podcasts of contemporary Buddhist classes available online, Buddhist Geeks is the leader in awesome interviews with Buddhist teachers, scholars and thinkers, all of which are meant to inspire direct action rather than just mere “flapping their gums”.