Category: Buddhism

How to Find Buried Treasure

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How many times have you seen a film or read a book where a person trips or stumbles in a particular part of life, only to discover the treasure beneath their feet right there, or in their heart? Where you stumble is your potential for finding a grand tr… more »

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Heroines (A Jewel)

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I said this place was for seekers of the Jewel. Regular, everyday posts are often leaders to the Jewel, which is why they are also here; but now, here is a more pointed and direct path... Heroines The Gods and Goddesses once came down from thei… more »

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The Three Levels of Writing and Enlightenment

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Interview with the Poetess (The following interview was conducted by webcam, February 9, 2014, between myself and a student named Dawn B. from Adler Graduate School in Minnesota. She is a getting her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology there, and it t… more »

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Path to Zen #2

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Zen 2: It is uncreative to try and achieve things, to incessantly let the mind chatter. A mind set on the past wishes to achieve for a false notion of a 'future' by ignoring the present. more »

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Path to Zen #1

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'I' can never let go of the past because it is ego related. 'I' is a 3rd-person artificial construct that clings to the past. Peace= the present. more »

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