The Cause of Suffering
Did you know the Buddha, who came up with the Four Noble Truths, is often compared to a physician. Like a physician, the first No...
A Zen Story
There was an old woman in china who had the support of a monk for over twenty years.
She had built a little hut for him and fed him while he ...
This is the last blog-post for this yoga series to improve Zenkutsu dachi and release lower back pain. Take your time going through the previous poses befo...
The Four Noble Truths Series — Noble Truth #1:
The Truth of Suffering
Have you ever noticed when you cross your arms over your chest you will alw...
Can you learn to be mentally tougher? Emma Young investigates the science of mindfulness and other techniques promising to foster resilience in the face of...
I seize him with a terrific struggle.
His great will and power are inexhaustible.
He charges to the high plateau far above the cloud-mists,
Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama bridges the world of the scientific and the spiritual world with authority. He is both a scientist and a Shinto priest. Motoyama is th...
~A Zen Story
Tosotsu built three barriers and made a monk pass through them. The first barrier is studying Zen. In studying Zen the aim is to see one’...
In the pasture of this world, I endlessly push aside the tall grasses in search of the bull.
Following unnamed rivers, lost upon the interpenetrating pa...
Commentary on Form and Emptiness
Comentary on Emptiness
Summary for Daily Practice