Q &A; Man’s Worse Curse

Published on Jul 01, 2007 by in DharmaTalk, Meditation

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“Do not worry about God. Like the meditative state, either a formful or formless version of God will soon visit your Lodge so long as you focus on getting to First Base; the ability to concentrate your mind and maintain a concentrated state.”– coach ilg, Direct Lines/7/1/07 Dear Coach,my pastor spoke on how the “worst […]

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The Zen of Up; The SeeQuell – 3 Endurance Secrets Imparted

“(E)arnestly practice every good work.”– Fo-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King, 1981 above photo; apres yoga…mountain yogi style! exhausted and intensely, sacredly happy. more seeds of impurity burned in the furnace of self-driven sweat of a 5 hour, 54-mile, 6,800′ mountain bike effort. this photo shows precisely why i am never impressed by fancy postures done by ‘studio yogis’…let them […]

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When It’s Okay To Become Stranded By The Light

After meditation, it’s important not to give in to our tendency to solidify the way we perceive things. When you do re-enter everyday life, let the wisdom, insight, compassion, humor, fluidity, spaciousness, and detachment that meditation brought you pervade your day-to-day experience. Meditation awakens in you the realization of how the nature of everything is […]

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In WF, Every Day Is Earth Day!

Keeping the Sacred Peak sacred by sweat and spirit. Engaged Religion and Spirituality looks like this! i first learned by Direct Experience what i would later fashion into the WF Litter Patrol from my Mom and Dad. oh, and yup, you can damn well bet that my own daughter will be raised in this Practice […]

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Western Lila; The Dance of the One Poem (Uni-Verse)

Every subatomic interaction consists of the annihilation of the original particles and the creation of new subatomic particles. The subatomic world is a continual dance of creation and annihilation, of mass changing into energy and energy changing into mass. Transient forms sparkle in and out of existence, creating a never-ending, forever newly created reality.– GARY […]

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Finding Our Inner Genius To Transcend Our Weakness

“There are those who look on death with a naive, thoughtless cheerfulness, thinking that for some unknown reason death will work out all right for them, and that it is nothing to worry about. When I think of them, I am reminded of what one Tibetan master says: “People often make the mistake of being […]

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Only The Projections

Published on Apr 12, 2007 by in Meditation, Yoga

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Only The Projections

We have been taught to spend our lives chasing our thoughts and projections. Even when the ‘mind’ is talked about, it is only thoughts and emotions that are referred to; and when our researchers study what they imagine to be the mind, they look only at its projections. No one ever really looks into the […]

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Student Quote OF THE WEEK: Hakado Ru

“Anyway, was able to sneak in a 5-min. Zazen session in the men’s room at work.”– excerpt from WF Online Student Hakado Ru’s Wednesday Practice Update. This type of “just get it in” effort is why i gave Hakado Ru a coveted WF Master Student Inka! photo by coach:A Ouray, Colorado version of the “men’s […]

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