Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Good Path

Many years ago I went to a retreat at the Omega Institute in New York. It was a Buddhist retreat, but there were four other non-Buddhist retreats taking place at the same time. One of them was with Sufi Muslims. They … Continue reading

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Additions to the Site

Note that this and the following blog entry are new. Someone in a comment recently requested a list of publications that I can recommend. Rather than simply responding to the comment, I have added a new page called “Additional Resources.” … Continue reading

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Pseudo-scholarship in Buddhism

Sometimes I feel a little self-conscious about the fact that I spend so much time debunking what I hear other Buddhist teachers saying. However, I feel a little bit better about this since I heard Thanissaro Bhikkhu point out that … Continue reading

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Additions to Meditation

I have added two new articles to the section on Meditation. They are Establishing a Mental Posture and Breath Meditation. The article on Breath Meditation will have at least one more article to expand on this rich topic.

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New Meditation Section

I have added a new tab to the web site called Meditation. It currently has two entries, an “Introduction” and a description on “Establishing a Sitting Posture.” The goal is over time to develop a comprehensive guide to meditation and indeed … Continue reading

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