Some time ago I heard this story….told by a Buddhist teacher. She with several others went on a trip to […]
Author: Yao Xiang Shakya
Abbot John’s dearest wife, Nanci died on New Year’s Eve after a long struggle with illness. Dear Abbot John, We […]
FREE E-BOOK Alchemical Detachment & Integration by Ming Zhen Shakya
It’s never too late!
As you read this final part of a three part explanation by Ming Zhen Shakya keep it mind that it is all model and metaphor and not to be taken literally.
Please SCROLL DOWN to the BOTTOM of the Page ____ ZATMA offers something new for those who’d like to stay in […]
This draft attempts to describe some of my strongest tendencies and activities primarily during my adult life. This initial effort […]
And now if any be ignorant, let him be ignorant. I know not what more to say and not […]
This biography is about an ordinary woman. A householder. Married. Children. Work. Aging. Illness. And all the ordinary things of life….except in the middle of it all, she looked for Truth….something universal, bigger than material interests….in this short bio you see her perseverence and determination to keep going, keep looking. It is inspiring as it is ordinary. Well worth the read. A wonderful reminder….begin and continue.
I felt an overwhelming sense of power – like God must feel when he’s carrying a gun.” — H. […]
This short essay is for the wobbly spiritual seeker. The one who finds himself repeating again and again the […]
Nienfo Chan/Nembutsu Zen is the most common practice taught in China to enter the gateless gate of Zen. It consists […]