Monthly Archives: January 2016

Adyashanti ~ Selling water by the river…

Quotes from some body else…’cos that’s how i roll, baby. Great collection of writings from Adyashanti at ….dun dun dun…. Selling Water by the River Many seekers do not take full responsibility for their own liberation, but wait for

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A Gift of Dhamma from Ajahn Chah

I came across this nice essay from Ajahn Chah. I will post some excerpts and you can check out the whole lot here… Ajahn Chah was a Theravadan Buddhist teacher. This is the ”narrower” path than Vajrayana or Mahayana.

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Basic Buddhist Meditation for Disatisfaction/Suffering

From BASIC BUDDHIST MEDITATION FOUR TRUTHS • Dissatisfaction (suffering, difficulty, discomfort) arises. • Dissatisfaction is caused by struggling (a.k.a. craving, attachment, reactive emotion). • Dissatisfaction can be ended. • The path to end dissatisfaction is bringing attention and skillful

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Red Dakini ~ Vajrayogini Dakini are described as women who fly, she who moves in space…sky dancers. The name originally came from the Tibetan word ”Khandro”. Dakinis are said to be the embodiment of Intuition. The space they fly through is the Shunyata..the

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Basic Income

  Basic Income is a form of redistribution of wealth along egalitarian principles. The concept, though older, was outlined in the 18th century in the philosophy of Thomas Paine, one of the founding fathers of America, who believed that Inheritance

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Ego ~ Some Yogic Perspectives…

‘’That which appears without only appears because it exists within.’’ (Shaivite maxim) ‘’What is not here is nowhere.’’ (Visvasana Tantra)   Ego is a word or concept that is bandied about quite frequently and I thought I would do some

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TATTWAS   Tattwa is a Sanskrit word composed of two syllables – Tat, which means ‘that’ and Twa, which means ‘ness’. So, taken together the two syllables mean ‘that-ness’. More concretely, the word means ‘Element’. Tantra claims that all matter is composed of

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