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Dernier ajout : 28 juin 2016.

Transforming Busyness Into Composure And Results, by Marc Lesser

When I was a young Zen student living at Green Gulch Farm in Northern California, one of my teachers was Harry Roberts, a Yurok Indian-trained shaman, naturalist, cowboy, and Irish curmudgeon.

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“The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” — John Green

“The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” — John Green, Looking for (...)

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Being natural

Being natural does not mean neglecting everything. It requires careful attention. In meditation, you should sit in a natural posture and use your mind in a natural way.

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Zen poem - Hui-Neng

" Confused by thoughts,
we experience duality in life.
Unencumbered by ideas,
the enlightened see the one Reality."

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Zen Women meet great male Zen Masters

We are not imitating Zen saints, we are expressing Buddha nature in this very person, very personally. Easy to allow “it” and easy to just imitate practice, but more difficult to integrate our humanness while following the precepts and the practice.

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A Zen’s-Eye View, the seed of enlightenment

If Zen Buddhism has one method that is indispensable to realizing enlightenment, it would be the practice of meditation.

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Simple art of serenity

"DESIGN the pond with respect to its position in the land, follow its request; when you encounter a potential site, consider its atmosphere; think of the mountains and waters of living nature and reflect constantly upon such settings."
So wrote Tachibana no Toshitsuna towards the end of the 11th century, in Sakuteiki, perhaps the world’s earliest gardening manual.

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Diwali - Poetry

Diwali
by Sandra Martyres
And God said
“Let there be light” And there was light To conquer (...)

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Daily Chenrezig meditation In Suburbia — By Jingpa Lodu

To me, meditation is not just sitting still, focusing on my breath and lifting my consciousness; but rather meditation is a breath to breath occurrence that can take place in every situation.

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Older and Happier?

Some of your may have seen the recent news story about a study (a Gallup poll really) that reported, “Life looks a little rosier after 50, a new study finds. Older people in their mid- to late-50s are generally happier, and experience less stress and worry than young adults in their 20s, the researchers say. “

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