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    THUS HAVE I HEARD: The Ties that Unbind Paid Member

    Imagine what would happen if you took six lengths of rope and tied one end of each to six creatures: a snake, a crocodile, a bird, a dog, a jackal, and a monkey. Then tie the other end of all these into a big knot and let go. What do you think would happen? Each of these animals would pull in a different direction, trying to return to their favorite haunts. More »
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    ON PRACTICE: What You're Made Of Paid Member

    I FIRST LEARNED the reflection on the Six Elements thirteen years ago, on a four-month retreat in the mountains of southern Spain. More »
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    Buddha without Buddhism Paid Member

    PUTTING WORDS IN the Buddha’s mouth is risky business. I know; I’ve done it. Unless you’re faithful to the Pali canon - and maybe a Sanskrit text or two - let’s face it, you’re writing fiction. That brings us to the latest retelling of the life of the Buddha: Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra. More »
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    THUS HAVE I HEARD: The Ties that Unbind Paid Member

    Imagine what would happen if you took six lengths of rope and tied one end of each to six creatures: a snake, a crocodile, a bird, a dog, a jackal, and a monkey. Then tie the other end of all these into a big knot and let go. What do you think would happen? Each of these animals would pull in a different direction, trying to return to their favorite haunts. More »
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    ON PRACTICE: What You're Made Of Paid Member

    I FIRST LEARNED the reflection on the Six Elements thirteen years ago, on a four-month retreat in the mountains of southern Spain. More »
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    The Art of Reality Paid Member

    And I say to you: When someone leaves, someone remains. The point through which a man passed is no longer empty. The only place that is empty, with human solitude, is that through which no man has passed. –César Vallejo More »