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What Would It Look Like?



Came across this beautiful little video from the Global Oneness Project (25mins.)

Submitted by humble on March 18, 2009 - 8:59am

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Dhamma talks

 FREE Dhamma talks on "Stilling the mind" IS AVAILABLE TO ALL INTERESTED INDIVIDUALS AND ALL INTERESTED GROUPS.

A COURSE IN MEDITATION, CENTER FOR DISCOVERY, WENHAM, MA.

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Submitted by Louis Beaulieu on March 15, 2009 - 8:31am

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Malcolm Huxter's Body Scan

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A new leader has emerged in the 'most popular file' category here on DIYDharma. Added to this site exactly one month ago, Malcolm Huxter's Body Scan, has now been downloaded almost 45,000 times. I'm not surprised as it is a very good guided meditation and an excellent introduction to the technique of vipassana. Word of it is apparently being spread by e-mail (or twitter??) as the referrer logs show no traffic spike from any specific sources.

Submitted by humble on March 9, 2009 - 9:26am

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Last night as I was sleeping

Here is a lovely blog, with thoughts on dharma and the arts. And a poem from it that I just heard Espe Brown quote parts of in a talk. .

Submitted by mettahari on March 9, 2009 - 2:12am

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Kindness Matters

 

Submitted by mettahari on March 9, 2009 - 12:54am

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nothing is as it appears



Know All Things To Be Like This


Know all things to be like this:
A mirage, a cloud castle,
A dream, an apparition,
Without essence, but with qualities that can be seen.

Know all things to be like this:
As the moon in a bright sky
In some clear lake reflected,
Though to that lake the moon has never moved.

Know all things to be like this:
As an echo that derives
From music, sounds and weeping,
Yet in that echo is no melody.

Submitted by mettahari on March 8, 2009 - 11:57pm

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