Cultivating wisdom, deepening practice, and building community for over 30 years.
Online: March 14, 2024 (7 PM EST)
Living Wide Awake: Embodying Zen Practice in the Everyday
Koshin Sensei and Chodo Sensei will share Zen teachings and down-to-earth contemplative practices designed for integration and application in everyday life. Join us to explore how to harmonize our values with our actions.
Residential: March 15-18, 2024
Exploring the Foundations of Buddhist Thought and Practice
Join William Edelglass in exploring how dependent origination, the foundational insight of Buddhist practice, helps us understand other basic doctrines, such as emptiness, the three characteristics, and the five aggregates.
Becoming A New Saint
Lama Rod and BCBS Director of Studies William Edelglass share a conversation exploring his personal story, spiritual teachings, and instructions for contemplative and somatic practices that reinforce the truth of our interdependency—allowing us to be of service to the collective well-being, and to call on the support and strength of the countless beings who share our struggles and hope.
Deep respect and an appreciation of the profundity and transformative significance of the Buddhist tradition, critical examination, and comparative perspective each find expression in the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies’ Insight Journal, published since 1994. Explore and experience key insights of Buddhist inquiry in this freely offered, online resource. Browse all articles by author or volume.