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  1. Tejwant Singh

    Zen & UnZen Moments. Who Are You Calling Yo-Yo

    Zen & UnZen Moments...Who Are You Calling Yo-Yo...? We all have had our Zen moments in our lives. When we are young we are more creative, get engaged in fearless things. We become risk takers in some of our hobbies and in other activities where we take them to another level. Some become...
  2. spnadmin

    Buddhism Taking A Zen Approach To Caregiving

    Taking a Zen Approach to Caregiving By JUDITH GRAHAM http://newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/11/taking-a-zen-approach-to-caregiving/?hp You try to help your elderly father. Irritated and defensive, he snaps at you instead of going along with your suggestion. And you think “this is so...
  3. spnadmin

    Buddhism Zen Practice Is Difficult And Dangerous

    by Rev. Zesho Susan O'Connell The world we live in, and the very nature of our mind, push us to stay self-focused and self-protective. We are encouraged to widen our stance in the world by accumulating materials goods, and by pushing away people who are "not like us". We live our lives in a...
  4. spnadmin

    Buddhism The Zen Brain: Connecting Meditation And Neuroscience

    Zen Brain: Exploring The Connection Between Neuroscience And Meditation by ROSHI JOAN HALIFAX This past August, more than 50 people gathered in the Circle of the Way temple at Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, to explore the connection between neuroscience and meditation. This is the...
  5. Astroboy

    Wisdom Of The Orient

    Lao Tzu's "Tao" Heaven and Earth don't play favourites They treat everything with equal detachment. Sages don't play favourites They treat good people and bad with equal detachment. Heaven and earth are like a set of bellows. Although empty, they are endlessly productive. The more you...
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    Buddhism Leading Figures In World Of Zen Gather For Rite In Pennsdale (Williamsport Sun Gazette)

    Patricia Dai-En Bennage is a member of a very elite sorority. Few American women become Zen Buddhist abbesses. There are no more than half a dozen in her branch, the Shikantaza tradition of Soto Zen, Bennage estimated...
  7. drkhalsa

    Buddhism Kyoto, Zen And The Missing Bicycle

    Kyoto, Zen and the Missing Bicycle[Travelogue] Citizen reporter Jeff Eagar meditates on philosophy, beauty and life lessons of Japan Email Article Print Article Jeff Eagar (internews) Tokyo's metropolitan nightscape may be beautiful, but the stresses of city life inspire many to flee...
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