Monthly Archives: March 2011

Nirvana by Chariot

How to get to Nirvana from wherever you are…by chariot. Continue reading

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Meditation Corner: UPDATE

Once there are are 30+ subscribers, I will release the 1st Meditation Corner class post on the blog. The open part of the blog will be almost strictly on Zazen meditation and is primarily aimed at beginners. This class will … Continue reading

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Join the Meditation Corner: New Blog Series

I will be attempting to conduct a class here via posts and comments. It may not be for everyone. I am addressing my efforts to those who feel that they may benefit. I ask only for the same respect for myself and those who engage here that the speaker would accord to him or her self. Continue reading

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How an Elephant Stumbles?

As conscientious criticism from sincere Buddhist practitioners ensues over editorial policy, shuts off free article access to the public as a response (a sign is now thrown up stating that you’ll need to pay to read any article). What are we, the objectioning public, truly “missing” here? Continue reading

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Anger is Enlightenment

A famous zen saying that we don’t seem to really believe in the US: “One who enters the way with ripened causes will never leave.” Continue reading

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