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China Aims to Control Tibet’s Buddhist Monasteries and Nunneries

After proposing to build the world's largest hydroelectric dam on Tibet’s sacred Yarlung Tsangpo River, China has taken a further step by establishing new...

Igniting Your Inner Fire: The Wim Hof Method

For eons, monks have been meditating in the caves of the cold and barren Himalayas. Disciples are taught the nature of supernatural abilities inherent...

The Eccentric Adventures of Monk Ji Gong

One of ancient China’s most beloved folk heroes is the colorful monk, Ji Gong. These fables of his escapades are guaranteed to entertain and amuse...

Achieving Equanimity: Know Thyself

Maintaining your state of equilibrium spiritually, mentally, and physically is crucial when it comes to living a life that measures up with your true...

The Many Incarnations of Courage

Making the decision to live, in itself, can be an act of courage. There are many dimensions to the concept of courage. “Courage is...

How a Chinese Spiritual Practice Helps High Fashion Model Pooja Mor

Pooja Mor is a high fashion Indian model working in New York who balances daily life between numerous advertising gigs and spending a good...

An Interview With Australian Entrepreneur Mark Hutchison

Light is brightest just after darkness — ask any entrepreneur. “Entrepreneurs get smashed every day; they don’t get a break. That’s why an entrepreneur is someone...

The 4 Holy Mountains of Chinese Buddhism

Since ancient times, Buddhism has been a huge part of China, both culturally and spiritually. Four of the country’s mountains have actually been sacred...

How a Global Wanderer Finally Found Peace

Sarnath is one of the four holy sites of ancient Indian Buddhism in northern India. It was here that Sakyamuni first passed his Dharma....

Put Down the Butcher’s Knife and Become a Buddha

In the modern world, people often use the phrase “Let's put down the butcher's knife and become a Buddha" to persuade wicked people to...

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