A Few Words on Zen Practice

A Few Words on Zen Practice September 14, 2019





“When we begin to practice, I think our concepts and notions of enlightenment are formed by what drives us to practice. Some of us believe we’re special, or we want to be special. Some of us want to be free of suffering. Some of us want life to make sense. I think these notions fall away as the practice works on us.”

Jan Seymour-Ford

"In mathematics, there is a view called the Yoneda lemma in Category Theory, which is ..."

Happy Birthday to Thich Nhat Hanh ..."
"Hello, just an FYI I was doing some research and came across this page. Your ..."

Teresa of Avila & Her Prayer ..."
"Sorry for your pain. Glad you were able to make your presentation and that it ..."

The Zen Priest Continues his Bhutan ..."
"Thank you for sharing this, James. Blofeld was a major influence on me as well. ..."

A Zen Priest Visits John Blofeld’s ..."

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!

What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment