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‘There is nothing in the History of Human Thought more dramatic than – the Silence of Buddha.’ Edmond Holmes

Aspiration

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Aspiration

The heartfelt energy in my intuitive work is contained in the following aspiration: ♡ May I become at all times, both now and forever A protector for those without protection A guide for those who have lost their way A ship for those with oceans to cross A bridge for those with rivers to cross A sanctuary for those in danger A lamp for those in need of light A place of refuge for those in need of shelter And a servant to all those in need. ~ Bodhisattvachariavatara ~ Shantideva...

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Dependent Arising

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Dependent Arising

The Root Text The Essence of Eloquent Speech Praise to the Buddha for Teaching Profound Dependent Arising ☆ Introduction to  In Praise of Dependent Arising  by Tsongkhapa Dr. Alexander Berzin  One of Tsongkhapa’s greatest insights was his understanding of voidness (emptiness) to mean dependent arising and dependent arising to mean voidness. Voidness is the total absence of impossible ways of establishing or proving the existence of something. Specifically, in the context of the Prasangika Madhyamaka tenet system, voidness is the total absence...

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Breathe Now & Zen

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Breathe Now & Zen

Breathe Now & Zen    You are not alone in this universe. Lets breathe together. Breathe peace in your mouth, breathe peace in your eyes, breathe peace in your ears, breathe peace in your nose, breathe peace in your hands, breathe peace in your thoughts, words and actions. Just knowing when you are breathing in and when you are breathing out, that is peace within peace. May peace be with you and me....

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Solace

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Solace

 I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude.  Henry D. Thoreau ~ Walden ☆ To feel the breath with every fibre of my body Time is suspended Space remains Nothing absolutely nothing can separate us Ocean is endless wisdom Compassion as my only weapon At your feet I sit still Now – Ready to die Maya (To my Root Guru)  ...

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The Heart Sutra

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The Heart Sutra

 ~ The Heart Sutra ~ Thus I have heard.. Brief Introduction & Reading in English and in Tibetan by Maya  

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Surf Molokai

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Surf Molokai

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The Paradox Of Our Age

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The Paradox Of Our Age

“We have bigger houses but smaller families; More conveniences, but less time; We have more degrees, but less sense; more knowledge, but less judgement; More experts, but more problems; More medecines, but less healthiness; We’ve been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet the new neighboor. We build more computers to hold more information, to produce more copies than ever, but have less communication. We have become long on quantity, but short on quality. These are times of fast food, but...

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Dark Age

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Dark Age

Courage to the fearful, freedom to the enslaved, strength to the weak, mutual affection to all sentient beings. Shantideva Thus I have Heart… Is it a bad dream? Saffron robes, turning blood red – Burma is crying Noble Sangha is dying. Pink robes, changing blood red – Burma is wounded None of the nations is daring. A déjà vu long forgotten. Lay people embracing what is most loving Freedom within boundaries is like a bird without wings. Wake up! Our eyes are drying, our ears are shrinking, our mouths are tightening Wake up! Our...

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Have a Seat

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Have a Seat

Let show the world that we do care a great deal and try to put into practice ‘the’ practice. ~ The art of being by breathing the moment we are living and leaving. ~ Simplicity in all its beauty. ~ Keep your back naturally straight, your eyes open and slightly down while holding your body posture in a noble way. ~ Be still for the time being and just let your world unfolds as it may. ~ Sitting is a natural way of looking after oneself, no side effects, no time wasting only awakening! ~☆~ Maya    ...

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