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Appreciation

Appreciation I am thankful that, in any given moment, I can find wonder and be awed by the gifts that life has to offer.

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Atisa

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Qi Gong and Meditation Seminar

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Sleep

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Tipping Over a Water Vase

Hyakujo wished to send a monk to open a new monastery. He told his pupils that whoever answered a question most ably would be appointed. Placing a water vase on the ground, he asked: “Who can say what it is

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The Heart Sutra Will Change You Forever By Karl Brunnholzl Part 5

The Heart Sutra inspires personal examination For example, the Heart Sutra does not say “no self,” “no home,” “no partner,” “no job,” “no money,” which are the things we usually care about. Therefore, in order to make it more relevant

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The Circle of Power

~by Richard Kim, Ph.D. Sensei and I were high in the mountains overlooking Yugawara.  The air was crisp and we stood silently, breathing and enjoying the clean air. Sensei broke the silence by saying softly, “Stand as if in attention,”

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Gautama to Bhodidharma

by Allan Watts

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Dalai Lama

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The Heart Sutra Will Change You Forever By Karl Brunnholzl Partt 4

The Epitome of Compassion Why is it called the “Heart Sutra”? It has that name because it teaches the heart of the Mahayana, primarily in terms of the view. However, the basic motivation of the Mahayana is also implicitly contained

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