In today's short video, I read Chinese Taoist Loy Ching Yuen's suggestions about how to live quietly and modestly within the cycles of life and nature.Read More
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In this post, the ancient Chinese Zen writer Hush-yen talks about three qualities needed to for the Buddhist path: discipline, concentration and insight. He shows how each of these qualities by themselves is a dead end, but used together are the keys for controlling your mind.
This is a wonderful explanation of how to find balance in our meditation practice, and in our lives.