Gabriel Cohen

Gabriel Cohen is the author of Storms Can’t Hurt the Sky: a Buddhist Path Through Divorce, as well as five novels.

Don't Tell Me To Relax: Emotional Resilience in the Age of Rage

“I had reached for God one million times without a willingness to be human first.”

Book Review: The Buddhist on Death Row

How one prisoner learned the power of Buddhism’s fundamental message: that all b…

12 Misperceptions About Buddhism

Although Western interest in Buddhism has clearly grown in recent decades, with …

Book Review: Seven Types of Atheism

TRADITIONALLY, atheism and religion are seen as diametrically opposed, but in th…

Book Review: In Search of Wisdom

A Monk, a Philosopher, and a Psychiatrist on What Matters Most

Book Review: All Our Waves Are Water

Stumbling Toward Enlightenment and the Perfect Ride

Book Review: Love Hurts

Love HurtsBuddhist Advice for the HeartbrokenBy Lodro RinzlerShambhala Publicati…

Book Review: A Plea for the Animals

A Plea for the AnimalsThe Moral, Philosophical, and Evolutionary Imperative to T…

Book Review: How Enlightenment Changes Your Brain

How Enlightenment Changes Your Brainby Andrew Newberg, M.D., and Mark Rober…

Book Review: Death Makes Life Possible

Death Makes Life PossibleRevolutionary Insights on Living, Dying, and the C…

Book Review: Go Wild

Go WildFree Your Body and Mind From the Afflictions of CivilizationBy John J. Ra…

A Better Way to Break-Up

The pain of divorce can bring us to our knees. What if there’s a way not just to regain our footing but to step onto a new emotional path?

How Imagination Shapes Your Reality

A growing body of research supports what spiritual contemplatives have known for Millennia—that the human capacity for imagination not only shapes our minds but also weaves the fabric of reality itself.