Video Advice from the Buddhist Teachers on Bereavement: Advice for Someone Dealing with the Loss of a Loved One.
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The Emptiness of Prayer—Who Do We Pray To? “You and the Buddha are not separate realities.” — Thich Nhat Hanh
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Heart Sutra: Why it’s My Favorite Sutra
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Random Acts of Kindness Creates Good Karma. Mindful Acts of Kindness Refines Practice.
What’s Your Karmic Net Worth? Avoid Compound Negative Karmic Interest with Vajrasattva Mantra and Four Opponent Powers.
What the Teachers Say About Doggie Dharma: Did Buddha Teach That Dogs and Cats Have Buddha Nature? How Can You Help Your Companion Meet the Dharma in Daily Life? What to Do About Euthanasia?
May all beings have happiness and its causes! Wishing you a healthy and peaceful Holiday and New Year from Buddha Weekly.
May all beings have happiness and its causes! Seasons Greetings from Buddha Weekly. May you have peace in the New Year!
Lama Tsongkhapa: A Short, Powerful Practice Helps Bring Compassion, Wisdom, Good Fortune, and Healing
December 23 is Lama Tsongkhapa Day — Ganden Ngamchoe, anniversary of Lama Tsongkhapa’s parinirvana!
Swift Healing with White Tara: the Rapid Path to Long Life, Merit, Wisdom, and Health
The Lotus Born Guru Rinpoche: Master Padma’s Ten Key Points, Ten Foundations, Ten Faults, Ten Superficialities
About Buddha Weekly Online Magazine

About Buddha Weekly Online Magazine

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Buddha Weekly is an online magazine covering most important areas of Buddhist living and practice, with special focus on Teachers, Meditation Practices, Buddhas, Dharma and Sangha. Buddha Weekly Magazine has published on different platforms since 2007. We often profile specific Buddhist practices, teachers and Gurus, and insights into problems we personally may have faced in our practices.

Our most popular series is “What the Teachers Say.”

Also popular is “The Scientific Buddhist.”

Our newest series is “Interviews with the Teachers.”

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What the Buddhist Teachers Say

Interviews with the Buddhist Teachers


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Buddhist Practices

We accept and publish features from various contributors. Our editor-in-chief is Lee Kane. (Find Lee Kane on Facebook>>)


Making Buddhism in all its wonderful forms accessible.

Our Content

"What the Buddhist Teachers Say" is a long-running feature series. We pick a topic, then seek the opinions/ quote/ guidance of at least five teachers. DO YOU HAVE A TOPIC YOU'D LIKE TO PROPOSE?
“What the Buddhist Teachers Say” is a long-running feature series. We pick a topic, then seek the opinions/ quote/ guidance of at least five teachers. View the stories here>> DO YOU HAVE A TOPIC YOU’D LIKE TO PROPOSE? Propose your story here>>

Buddha Weekly online magazine’s focus is Buddhist living, practice and Dharma. Although written by senior student writers, we always cite the views of notable teachers of all traditions, schools and lineages. Our various writers also comment on Dharma and practices. Feature articles from contributors focus particularly on: Buddhist practices, Dharma, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen, mindfulness, Tantra, meditation techniques, mantra, and announcements of events, such as visiting gurus or teachers and their schedules. We occasionally profile teachers and gurus. Occasionally, we cover the latest Buddhist news from around the world from all traditions and non-traditions. Our editor is Lee Kane. You’ll also find us on Facebook>>

No Authority—We Are Practitioners, Not Teachers

Buddha Weekly‘s focus as an online magazine is to feature active practice from a student-practitioner point-of-view: encouraging, inspiring or discussing issues in practice—but written by practitioners. There is no authority to our stories, as our contributors are typically senior “students” and practitioners, not lineage-holders, teachers and gurus—unless a byline on a feature indicates it was written by a qualified teacher. We report, discuss and opine — and when presenting instructions, information or guidelines from teachers, we do so in “quotes” — but our stories are from the practitioner point-of-view.


Although most of our content is from our core team, we invite anyone to contribute feature stories, subject to approval and editing. Buddha Weekly is a service and generates no revenue. Its purpose is sharing. For this reason, contributors are not paid. We can provide you with a credit and link. We reserve the right to edit or not to publish stories.

Reader and subscriber comments are invited.

Moved From other platforms

Published since 2007, we were originally an active group Squarespace, and later on Ning, but to WordPress. Many of our older stories, sadly, were left behind.

Since our move, a regular group has contributed to our “zine.” Contributors submit their stories out of a love for their practice, compassion for all beings and a sincere delight in interacting with fellow Buddhists.


If you have an event to publicize that is Buddhist related, send it via our contact form and we will publicize it here, and through our Facebook and Twitter activities.

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