Dr. Natalie Avalos on Indigenous Spirituality and Buddhist Allies
How might Buddhist and Indigenous wisdom help us forge a path toward structural transformation? In this interview with Buddhistdoor, Dr. Natalie Avalos examines obstacles to environmental stewardship and possible antidotes.
Buddhist Perspectives on the Natural World
Is liberation to be found in perfect transcendence of the world, or in radical embeddedness within it? Buddhist scholar Karin Meyers explores a range of Dharma perspectives on our relationship with Earth.
Giving Radically
The foundational Buddhist principle of dana, or generosity, poses a profound challenge to our separative, extractive relationship with Earth. What forms of ecological, economic, and social renewal might be possible if we see through the delusion of endless acquisition?
A World in Free Fall Calls Us to Rise Up
As the old paradigm of endless growth, extraction, and exploitation proves increasingly unable to sustain its contradictions, Thanissara invites us to step fearlessly into the radical, collective transformation that is already underway.