A monk asked, ‘Master Ma, why do you say that mind is Buddha?’
Art Metropolitan Museum of Art
A Broken Broom, a Tattered Scripture
One is the Bodhisattva of the Great Path, The other the Patriarch of the Great Buddha. What evidence is there?
Karma, by Diana St Ruth
These ideas brought an overwhelming sense of joy to me. It meant I was not a helpless victim of circumstance or fate, as I had thought.
Tittha Sutta: Buddhist Parable of the Blind Men and the Elephant
An allegory on truth and interpretation. A group of six blind men endeavour to describe an elephant.
Book Cover from a Manuscript of the Ashtasahasrika Prajnaparamita Sutra Astasahasrika
This painted cover for a palm-leaf manuscript belongs to the Pala- Nepalese tradition. It comes from a palm-leaf edition of the Ashtasahasrika Prajnaparamita Sutra (“Perfection of Wisdom in 8,000 Verses”).
The Fruit which Arises as Samadhi Matures, by Ajahn Chah
You will be able to sustain concentration without any feelings of pain and discomfort…
Regular Everything, by John Aske
How often, acting upon our need for comfort and security, do we sacrifice our freedom and happiness?
Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations
As Buddhism spread out from north India, the place of its origin in the sixth century BC, the core ideas of this great religious tradition were often expressed through images. This Bulletin and the exhibition it accompanies, “Tibet and India: Buddhist Traditions and Transformations,” focus on Indian and Tibetan Buddhist art of the eleventh and twelfth centuries… (Free PDF download) Beautiful Buddhist works of art