As a Dharma heir to Ming Zhen Shakya I feel it is imperative of me to share her work with others. Since she is no longer with us in body and mind making her unavailable to speak with you I thought it might be helpful to offer some comments on how to read and listen and sit under the golden waterfall of her offerings. This essay is a brief, very brief approach on one way to soak in Ming Zhen’s Dharma offering. May the Dharma bless you as it has me and many, many others.
Ming Zhen Shakya tells us of what to look for in our self….with her experience as a prison chaplain. This essay requires contemplation….using her skillful means to point the Way.
Yao Xiang Shakya There are preliminaries or what might be called the first rounds of being alive where we learn different identities […]
Many might well question, as some often do, the solitary life….a life that directs itself towards the heights of Nirvana….in a singular way….towards the emptiness of not needing anything in particular….
Ming Zhen Shakya (Author) Fa Yin (Translator) Dharma i Karma Część II: Karma Autor: Ming Zhen Shakya Tłumaczenie: Fa Yin […]
Ming Zhen Shakya (Author) Fa Yin (Translator) Żadne inne słowa z leksykalnego magazynu buddyzmu nie grzmią równie donośnie co Dharma […]
In a world that seems more complex, intricate and confusing, Yao Xiang Shakya offers the Way of simplicity in Nothing in Life Has Lines Around It…We Draw the Lines
Yin Ts’ao Shakya ‘Avalokiteshvara while practicing deeply with the Insight that Brings Us to the Other Shore, suddenly discovered that all […]
Yao Xiang Shakya helps us face the truth in a short piece on how to live knowing we are going to die in Don’t Lament Death, Watch Your Step.
Save by a few things, there is no issue more confusing than Buddhist Theology. Except that more people tend to feel able to debate about it that as the case of string theory. In this exquisite essay, Ming Zhen Shakya expounds a summary of the theology behind our Path.
Beginners in the Path sometimes get confused when reading different Zen accounts. Usually, they get contradictory statements… In “Sudden School and Gradual School”, Ming Zhen Shakya explains synthesizes the approachs of both schools.
The furniture people want to matter.
They want to be loved.
They want to count.
They want to be useful rather than be free.
In this FLASH of fiction, Yao Xiang Shakya shows how it looks to be caught up in the dust of the material world.