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Dernier ajout : 28 juin 2016.

Meditation can make you more ’present’ for your runs, by Mike Sandrock

"Who am I?" It turns out that running and meditation are both tools that can help us answer that question as we run along our life’s trail.

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The error, like any thing emanating of the thought, is made to pass not to last.

The error, like any thing emanating of the thought, is made to pass not to last.
To look at the errors passing, ours like those of the others,
without s’ there to hang of all its forces is an attitude of wisdom.

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How Lifeless being can do a Sermon

This question was asked National Master Nangyang Huizhong

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Awareness

As we continue to deeply question, “Who am I?”, we begin to cultivate the awareness that it’s impossible to confine the awareness of this ‘I am’ to a this or a that.

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Why Sit Zazen

The Japanese word zazen means sitting Zen. On purpose we don’t use the word “meditation” because it has many connotations beyond what we mean by the simple and powerful activity of zazen.

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The triumph of Tibetan Buddhism — By Mary Finnigan

On the Dalai Lama’s 75th birthday, Tibetan Buddhism continues to spread, despite myth-making and scandals

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Extraordinary mystery of reincarnation

Buddhists, Hindus and others people say: when human being acts like animal be, he reincarnated as animals. When animal behaves like human .... It might be reincarnated humans.

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The secret of the sword is not drawing the sword

A teaching of Master TAISEN DESHIMARU:

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Dangers of compassion — by Katie Klonke

As Buddhists and dhamma practitioners, I would love to see us having more conversations about what compassion and social change actually look like: locally, on the ground, in practice. Because it’s too easy for us to invoke these words — compassion, inner work, social change — and assume that everyone is on the same page.

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Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance — by Ethan Nichtern

For Slavoj Zizek, Buddhism, in the context of a Western consumer culture, allows the individual to believe he is transforming his mind without actually changing the conditions of suffering that shape the individual’s society.

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