The principle of non-attachment is at the core of the Buddhist philosophy, but like so many spiritual concepts, it is misunderstood and even distorted by both newcomers to the Buddhist philosophy and well-meaning monks that simply cannot grasp this deep meaning….. – Jason Cain artist, poet, and writer.
A guide to understanding Zen Buddhism and Zen Meditation or Zazen as expressed in the tale of the Samurai and the Tea Master, which expresses the essence of Zen in the act of perfection
How to incorporate Mindfulness into your daily life. Practice mindfulness during routine activities. Practice right when you wake up. You can achieve this at any time – take a moment to contemplate – One thing at a time makes a mindful mind
Dhyana is normally translated as meaning meditation, but there are many forms of meditation and to simply call dhyana meditation is an over simplification of dhyana’s true implication.
Zazen Instructions: In Zen Buddhism, zazen (means literally “seated meditation”) and is a meditative discipline that is at the very heart of Zen practice, and everything about zazen from the practices, procedures, and etiquette of sitting meditation, (zazen) and walking meditation, (Kinhin or kyōgyō) is highly choreographed.
Atman is the eternal self’, the real self beyond ego or false self. It is often referred to as ‘spirit’ or ‘soul’ and indicates our true self or essence which underlies our existence.
Have you been struggling to understand who you are and what is real? Wondering what the essential Steps towards Self-Realization and Awakening the Enlightened Being Within are?
Songs of Pleasure and Pain: as a smile comes to your lips it sings its song of joy, as the wind blows through your hair it sings its song of freedom.
This poem express the perfection of spiritual enlightenment and how the spirit moves within the enlightened, and yet paradoxically the enlightened one must rejected enlightenment as a false truth.
Divinity is! We are! Clearer than logic, more precise than habitual training, silence would not describe our nature.