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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 and beautifully conveys the inspiration behind their commitment to cultivating a contemplative practice...read more »
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“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...read more »
“The truly religious life liberates a ﬁnite, relative being to become a “rare and excellent...read more »
“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 Water...
“If you want enlightenment, abandon to its depths all ordinary attachment to deeds and behavior...read more »