Larry Yang is an American dharma teacher, author, retreat facilitator. With a meditation practice of thirty years, he is a leader in the LGBTQIA community and his teachings highlight the need for diversity within American Buddhism.
A teacher of meditation and mindfulness, Larry Yang is committed to serving multicultural, queer and activist communities.
Larry Yang takes an honest look at what it means to be a dharma teacher who hasn’t been, and doesn’t imagine ever being, enlightened.
Larry Yang on Levels of Integrity
Meditation teacher Larry Yang recently told his personal story and answered Lion’s Roar‘s “Meet a Teacher” questionnaire; they follow here so that you can get to know him better.
Larry Yang: The Mindfulness Bell
Larry Yang teaches the basics of a simple practice you can do right now: insight meditation.
Larry Yang discusses Buddhism and Insight Meditation and their relationship to contemporary society.
In this 2011 Buddhadharma Forum, Larry Yang, Amanda Rivera, Bob Agoglia, and Rev. angel Kyodo williams discuss how to foster meaningful diversity in American Buddhism.
Stephen Cope asked 25 yoga and meditation teachers to share their “tales from the path”—their thoughts on how the long-term practice of yoga and meditation has changed their lives.
Many Euro-American Buddhists seek diversity in their sanghas and make efforts to reach out to
minority groups, often with negligible results.
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