A psychospiritual poem. Mind is dancing like spontaneous coemergence.
This is how Buddhaghosa begins his ‘Path of Purification’. Many of my Buddhist friends will recognize the theme. Enjoy!
A psychospiritual poem by Nguyên Giác.
As the Dharma takes hold in the West, there will naturally be some cultural adjustment that occurs. Japanese Buddhism doesn’t look like Thai Buddhism, and Thai is distinct from Chinese in its expression. That’s no problem. Different cultures have different sensibilities, different climate, different aesthetics. In this Dharma Realm, it doesn’t really matter if one’s […]
Too often, in our very understandable rush to the Middle, we disregard things that seem incongruous with our understanding of what exactly the Middle Way is.
I enjoy this picture, so I put a Dharma Wheel on it. Kinda fun. 🙂
The Four Noble Truths. The fourth truth is the Eightfold path.
A simple poem on the āryāṣṭāṅgamārga [आर्याष्टाङगमार्ग ] for the wanderers. The homeless children of awareness. For those travelling the path toward awakening. Bodhisattvas. Sramanas. Noble Ones. Truly Holy Ones [beyond notions of sacred and profane].