Category Archives: buddhism

Spiritual Poetry – Part IV

Mark Nepo On the way to Chimayo, a woman saw two Spanish farmers repositioning stones in a riverbed to redirect the flow; she felt compelled to help. She had the feeling that this had been done for centuries – their … Continue reading

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I Take Refuge In . . .

  i’ve been a yoga practitioner for a decade and a half. long before and throughout those years i’ve taken a journey to find myself and to free myself. spiritual books, knowledge of religions, meditation practices, daily life experiences. in … Continue reading

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WANTED!

WANTED! Human Being seeking poetry in yoga practice and everyday existence. Looking for the joy in all of life, the trials as well as the triumphs. Reading enlightened thinkers, Speaking with elevated souls, Breathing in the love of humanity. Knowing … Continue reading

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Suzuki Roshi

life lessons from Suzuki Roshi you’re perfect as you are and you could use some improvement. *** as soon as you see something, you already start to intellectualize it. as soon as you intellectualize something, it is no longer what … Continue reading

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How Practicing Ahimsa is a Giant Leap for Mankind – Part I of V

If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. Mother Teresa ahimsa is defined as an “entire abstinence from causing any pain or harm whatsoever to any living creature, either by thought, … Continue reading

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