January 29, 2017

Articles and Interviews

Lion’s Roar Article: Meditation Only Goes So Far August 2016

  • In this August, 2016 article on lionsroar.com, Lama Willa discusses how the teachings of Mahamudra can help transform our relationship to meditation.

The Center Post Interview: The Teacher Who Changed My Life Spring/Summer 2016

  • Lama Willa was interviewed in The Center Post: the Journal of UU Rowe Center about her experience meeting the teacher Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. It can be found on page 17 of the printed journal and page 9 of the PDF.

Council on the Uncertain Human Future Interview February 2016

  • In this video interview by the Council on the Uncertain Human Future, Lama Willa discusses contemplative approaches to environmental challenges.

Lion’s Roar Interview: Meet a Teacher: Willa Miller September 2015

  • In September 2015 Lama Willa was featured in an interview series called Meet a Teacher in Shambhala Sun, now Lion’s Roar. She answered fifteen questions ranging a variety of topics.

Excellence Reporter Interview: The Meaning of Life and Making the Planet a Better Place September 2015

  • In a post from September 3, 2015, Lama Willa addresses the question, “What is the meaning of life?”

Buddhist-Christian Studies Article: Deep Listening 2015

  • In this article titled Like an Elephant Pricked by a Thorn: Buddhist Meditation Instructions as a Door to Deep Listening, Lama Willa discusses how the the effectiveness of educators, ministers, and dharma teachers might be enhanced by training in the art of listening.

Interview with Sakyadhita International July 2014

  • Lama Willa was interviewed by Sakyadhita International Association of Buddhist Women on July 7, 2014. The topic was the role of women in the Dharma.

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