Category Archives: Tricycle

On the Borderline

By Katy Butler How a zen-friendly revolutionized the treatment of patients once thought hopeless. On the morning of September 21, 1993, a shy and intelligent American woman took an elevator to an upper floor of Duke Medical Center in Durham, … Continue reading

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Say It Right

2002 Winter by Katy Butler According to former psychologist Marshall Rosenberg, needs are never in opposition—only our strategies for meeting them are. A number of dharma teachers are finding that Rosenberg’s methods can serve as a support for the Buddhist … Continue reading

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Eye On The Ball

2003 Summer By Katy Butler GEORGE MUMFORD, SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST and Lakers meditation coach, talks about his troubled youth, his encounter with Buddhism, and the peculiar challenge of putting a ball into a basket. Katy Butler speaks with the man behind … Continue reading

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The Lotus and the Ballot Box

2004 Fall Katy Butler searches for the Buddha on the campaign trail. ON A WINDY SPRING EVENING last year, shortly after the 139th American soldier had died in Iraq and President Bush had declared an end to “major combat operations,” … Continue reading

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