“It is just within this 'fathom long' body
endowed with perception and cognition
that there is the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world,
and the way leading to the cessation of the world.” Rohitassasutta, SN 2.26
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From the ‘Lectures on Buddhism’ series with David Listen, Buddhist teacher and life mentor from NYC. Chan Buddhism, Simplifying and Synthesizing Part 1
Chan Buddhism, Simplifying and Synthesizing Part 2
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The fifth paramita in our six part series, Dhyana Paramita, is about staying steady and focused no matter what life throws at us. The first time I tried bouldering I felt tense and on edge. I struggled to trust I would be okay if I fell. Worried…
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I forgot to wear my contacts to class. What does that mean? It means that I can either rock my giant Woody Allen-esque glasses and enjoy them slipping off my face every time I’m in downward facing dog or I accept that its blind yoga for today.…
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I sometimes forget when I head to yoga practice on Thursdays after work that I am not just rushing to do my asanas but to understand my mind a bit more. I sometimes struggle with breath-focused seated meditation, so it was a welcome…
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