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Refuge Chant

From “Chanting of the Heart: Buddhist Ceremonies and Daily Practices” by Thich Nhat Hanh and the Monks and Nuns of Plum Village Incense perfumes the atmosphere. A lotus blooms and the Buddha appears. The world of suffering and discrimination is … Continue reading

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Nothing to Fear but Fear

Excerpt from “It’s Easier Than You Think”, Sylvia Boorstein One of the things I used to tell people as a way of explaining why I practice was, “I want to be a totally fearless woman.”  I really do.  At this … Continue reading

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Nothing is Separate

Excerpt from Shambhala Sun article “I want to be Insightful” by Sylvia Boorstein The idea of no separate, enduring self – emptiness – is a peculiar idea until we have a direct experience of it. It certainly feels that there … Continue reading

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