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December 16, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

Today's morsel comes from the compliation, The Art of Just Sitting: Essential Writings on the Zen Practice of Shikantaza, edited by John Daido Loori. The selection below is from “Zazen Yojinki: Notes on What To Be Aware of in Zazen” by Keizan Jokin, translated by Yasuda Joshu and Anzan Hoshin. Here Keizan Jokin...

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Today's morsel comes from the compliation, The Art of Just Sitting: Essential Writings...

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December 13, 2013
by Lydia Anderson
Buddhist Peace Fellowship debates the term "white supremacy" and addresses how to heal racism. The new dharma successor was named at AZTA.... read more »
December 13, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

In the spirit of Wisdom’s Winter Call for Submissions on “Retreat,” we’re thrilled to share this inspiring video from our friends at the Garrison Institute in New York. The video celebrates the Institute’s ten-year anniversary...

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In the spirit of Wisdom’s...

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December 13, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

“The truly religious life liberates a finite, relative being to become a “rare and excellent person” naturally and spontaneously. As imperfect humans, we are bound by our karmic limitations, but that poses no hindrance for reflecting the boundless life and light of the Buddha. It is not the case that everything that karmic evil...

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“The truly religious life liberates a finite, relative being to become a “rare and excellent...

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December 12, 2013
by Lydia Anderson
News about the Buddhist shrine recently discovered - it may not be quite what we think. Tricycle has more. If you're in New York City early next year, be sure to head to... read more »
News about the Buddhist shrine recently discovered - it may not be quite what we think.... read more »
December 12, 2013
by Lydia Anderson

“If you want enlightenment, abandon to its depths all ordinary attachment to deeds and behavior, principles and obligations, opinions and interpretations; be as before the birth of your mother and father, separate from all external phenomena, neither sinking into internal quiet nor settling in the void.”—Bassui, Mud and...

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“If you want enlightenment, abandon to its depths all ordinary attachment to deeds and behavior...

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