In Defense of Ritual: Essay in Lion’s Roar

Examines the role of ritualized activity in practice, moving progressively from the cushion to the world. Critiques the privileging of “meditation” over ritual as reflecting the artificial distinction between mind and body. Essay here.

 

2 thoughts on “In Defense of Ritual: Essay in Lion’s Roar

  1. Pingback: In Defense of Ritual: Essay in Lion’s Roar — Richard K. Payne – Manda's Blog

  2. Great article and a nice balance to the over-focus on meditation as a solitary non-ritualised act. We touch on the topic of ritual in our upcoming episode of the Imperfect Buddha Podcast with Dale S. Wright.

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