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    Tricycle Q & A: Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara Paid Member

    Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara answers questions from Tricycle readers. More »
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    Family Dharma: Karma and the Tonka Truck Paid Member

    The Buddha called the law of karma “the light of the world” because it illuminates how and why things happen in our lives. The force of karma is a fundamental principle underlying all Buddhist teachings, and our understanding of karma can help decrease our suffering and show us the way to greater happiness and freedom. More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara Paid Member

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    The Blossoming Self Paid Member

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    Commit to Sit: Walking Paid Member

    Apply the techniques of walking meditation to your routine activities during the day. For example, try bringing your awareness to the movements you make when you open your front door, or the ways you hold your fork when eating. Be especially aware of the added distractions that may arise when you practice with your eyes open (as during walking meditation). Use mental noting to renew your awareness of the movement of your foot and leg. Experiment with pace. Try walking a little faster, then a little slower. More »
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    Commit to Sit: Eating Paid Member

    Guided Meditation: Eating Eating is a common daily activity that provides a very good opportunity for us to practice bare attention, free from the many concepts that may arise around it. Typically, the mind is quite heavily conditioned in various ways around food. Our conditioning may include desire, greed, fear, or anxiety - perhaps even revulsion. So it's very helpful to learn how to be with this essential aspect of our lives simply and directly, free of the… More »