Recent Books On Healing in Buddhism


Making Friends with Yourself

Imagine having Pema Chödrön sitting in your living room, speaking directly to you. This course, beautifully set in the intimate environment of remote Gampo Abbey, presents Pema teaching how to step outside ourselves to see how our sense of self develops and leads us to negative patterns of thinking.

Taught by: Pema Chödrön


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Q&A with Cuong Lu of Wait

Cuong Lu, author of Wait, discusses his new book, how we can bring happiness and love into every moment of our lives, and shares some words of encouragement for when times get tough. Share ...

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Sources of Magic in Buddhist Scripture

A Rain Ritual in the Tibetan Book of Spells from Dunhuang An Excerpt from Buddhist Magic RITUALS IN THE SUTRAS Some of the earliest ritual scriptures in Buddhism are dedicated to rainmaking...

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From Fire to Mud | A Journey Through the California Fires

This article is about practice, choice, and cultivating an attitude of compassion and caring. We need to develop structures that are based on an understanding of interdependence and inter-being, tha...

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We Won’t Last Forever | An Excerpt from Let the Whole Thundering World Come Home

In 1979 a fellow Zen student was killed in the streets of San Francisco at the age of twenty-two. Katagiri Roshi’s admonition: “Human beings have an idea they are fond of—that we die in old a...

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Annual Medicine Buddha Monlam

May 28, 2022 8:00am Mountain Time | Orgyen Khamdroling Dharma Center, Denver, CO

Befriending Challenging Emotions: Deepening Joy of Living Retreat | Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche | Online

May 28th and 29th, 2022 | Schedule per your local timezone on website |

East End Books | Divine Messengers

Sunday, June 12, 2022 | 6:00 PM EDT | East End Books | Provincetown, MA

Snow Lion Articles

A Buddhist Approach to Addiction

Whether it’s donuts, heroin, or praise that we crave, we all have addictive behaviors. This guide to beginning to break our compulsions is adapted from Chönyi Taylor’s book, Enough! A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release from Addictive Patterns. An addiction emergency happens when we suddenly find...
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Medicine Buddha Teachings

According to the teachings of the Buddha Shakyamuni, recorded in the Sutra on Entering the Womb, there are four classes of illness. The first includes illnesses which are relatively inconsequential, and from these illnesses one will recover whether or not one takes medicines. The second class of illness...
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Tenzin Wangyal on the White Liquid Practice to Heal Disease

The following article is from the Winter, 2012 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here. Depending on the sources of the problems in our lives, he offers practices that work with the body, speech, or the mind—a...
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Tenzin Wangyal on How To Heal Using Sound

The following article is from the Autumn, 2011 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here. by TENZIN WANGYAL RINPOCHE This invaluable teaching on healing physical and psychological problems using sound―used since...
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