April 2021


Always the first step – part 3

ALANDA GREENE and her husband are on a pilgrimage to visit the Buddhist temples that date back to the 8th century, on the island of Shikoku in Japan. In this final part of the journey, she sees the parallels with her life’s big pilgrimage, and understands that the work is in the effort, not in achievement. The Challenges of the Journey The Buddha taught the Eightfold Path as a means to be free of the innate suffering of the unawakened existence. “Right effort” is one fold of the Eight. Did Kobo Daishi......

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Silver

Silver

AN ART ESSAY MIRIAM HANID is an artist silversmith. In 2016, she was interviewed by ROSALIND PEARMAIN for Heartfulness Magazine about her art and her motivations. Five years later, they catch up again to...

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Why I meditate

Why I meditate

JUST THINKING AND FEELING DR. ICHAK ADIZES shares his passion for meditation, and explains why he meditates, how it benefits him in day-to-day life, and the importance of love, which arises from meditation. Physics...

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Our bond with trees

Our bond with trees

PETER WOHLLEBEN is a forester in the best sense of the word. He is the author of a number of books, including The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate –...

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Nature warrior

Nature warrior

BACHI SINGH BISHT is a Nature Warrior from the north of India. Here, he shares his wisdom with RAJESH MENON about how we can live in tune with the natural world, and what is...

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