Ken Wilber summarizes some of the most important items that any new Turning of the Wheel of Dharma might want to seriously consider.
Tibetan Buddhism is unique among religious traditions for its “turnings,” the recognition of its own evolutionary unfolding. Whereas most of the world’s religious institutions are purposely designed to preserve tradition and withstand the pressures of an ever-changing world, Buddhism is often praised for its ability to evolve as new knowledge and wisdom comes to light. Is Buddhism now ripe for yet another turning of the wheel?
We take you inside Diane Musho Hamilton’s Dragon Heart sangha, where she unpacks her own unique teachings, practices, and methods of integrating the Buddhist tradition with the many gifts of the modern and postmodern world.
Patrick Sweeney, holder of the Karma Kagyü lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, offers a powerful unpacking of Ken Wilber’s Fourth Turning of Buddhism teaching.
We take you inside Doshin Michael Nelson Roshi’s Integral Zen sangha as he unpacks his own unique teachings, practices, and methods of integrating this ancient tradition with the many gifts of the modern and postmodern world.
Andrew Holecek offers his own reflections on the future of Buddhism in the West.