Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism

“There are many stories of people who were actually able to see the awakened state by breaking into laughter—seeing the contrast, the irony of polar situations. For instance there was the hermit whose devotee lived several miles away in a village. This devotee supported the hermit, supplying him with food and the other necessities of... Continue Reading →

Everyday Spiritual Life

My take on 'Everyday Spiritual Life' is the understanding that nothing exists in isolation - no person or event is an island to itself. This awareness helps in looking at people and situations with more compassion & understanding; such as why is the person being 'mean' to me as inherently he has same Buddha Nature... Continue Reading →

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