Religion & Spirituality:Buddhism
Most Westerners equate Mind with thinking, but in Buddhism it is acknowledged to be vastly more . . . Mind is the entire spectrum of our inner experiences: thoughts, feelings, perceptions, consciousness, subconsciousness, unconsciousness. It is our perceiver, translator, reflector and mirror.
Without it there is nothing . . . within it is everything.
To begin a meditation practice is to embark on a journey, an adventure of sorts, during which we learn how to observe -- and best 'use' -- our Mind. (Length: 10 minutes)
Written by Mark Winwood of the Chenrezig Project, accompanied by music composed and performed by the renowned SF Bay-area musician Bobby Vega.
Teachers Are Everywhere
Meditation Beneath the Thangka
The i-Karma Kounter
Our Most Precious Links
The UPS Sutra
Wearing the Natural Face
On Imagination (and Buddhism)
Buddhists Cry Too
Understanding and (Practical) Wisdom
The Journey Is the Prize
"Dear Mother": a letter from the 21st Century Bodhisattva
Crutches and Bell Peppers
Karma & Movement of Mind
A (Modern Day) Letter to the Buddha
You Have Only to Begin . . .
America's Bodhi Trees
Buddhist Society of Western Australia
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