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Tricycle/Spring 2014 Vol. 23, Num. 3

Featured in this issue:

Beautiful Storm Henry Shukman

Finding the hidden remedies in our troubled selves

Dharma on the Playa Allan Badiner Paid Member

Buddhism at Burning Man

Facing the Wave Gretel Ehrlich Paid Member

A journey through the devastation of Japan’s tsunami

Looking into the Eyes of a Master Pilar Jennings, PhD Paid Member

A relational psychotherapist explores how we can see our teachers as people, both gifted and flawed.

Meditation en Masse Erik Braun Paid Member

How colonialism sparked the global Vipassana movement

The Dismay of Motherhood Mary Talbot Paid Member

We are of the nature to get sick, grow old, and die. So are our children.

The Dream Team Paid Member

Contributing editor Pamela Gayle White speaks with six dedicated practitioners before they enter three-year retreat.

The Science Delusion

An interview with cultural critic Curtis White

Tricycle/Winter 2013 Vol. 23, Num. 2

Featured in this issue:

America's Guru Andréa R. Vaucher Paid Member

Ram Dass at 82

Burning for the Buddha James A. Benn Paid Member

Generally considered antithetical to Buddhism's Middle Way, self-immolation has a long and surprising history in scripture and practice

Focus: The Power of Paying Attention Paid Member

An interview with Daniel Goleman about his new book, Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence


From Russia with Love David Urubshurow Paid Member

The untold story of how Tibetan Buddhism first came to America

Non-lying Roshi Nancy Mujo Baker Paid Member

The fourth Zen precept

Standing as Equals Paid Member

A conversation with Rinchen Khando Choegyal, founder of the Tibetan Nuns Project

The Supreme Contemplation Andrew Holecek Paid Member

Practicing with the Four Reminders

Tricycle/Fall 2013 Vol. 23, Num. 1

Featured in this issue:

A Life Too Long Katy Butler Paid Member

One family's journey through the labyrinth of modern medicine's war on death

Consider the Seed Shozan Jack Haubner Paid Member

Reflecting on our cosmic origins, a wayward monk shows us how nature demands that we grow.

Real Enough Paid Member

Zen teacher Robert Chodo Campbell and Koshin Paley Ellison talk with poet Nick Flynn

Sex in the Sangha . . . Again Paid Member

Four teachers discuss the systemic issues that have led to sexual abuse in Buddhist communities

The Hidden Lamp Paid Member

The illuminating wisdom of awakened women

What Changes? Mark Epstein, MD Paid Member

Psychotherapy, Buddhism, and a sense of boundless support

Tricycle/Summer 2013 Vol. 22, Num. 4

Featured in this issue:

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Enlightenment Shozan Jack Haubner Paid Member

Confessions of a wayward monk

A Matter of Misdirection Henry Shukman

How we learn by looking in the wrong place

A Question of Faith Paid Member

An interview with scientist Rupert Sheldrake

Keys to Happiness Paid Member

An interview with Kyabgön Phakchok Rinpoche

The Space Between Paid Member

Zen teachers Robert Chodo Campbell and Koshin Paley Ellison interview poet Marie Howe