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"Yes. I know. Times are pretty chaotic. The good thing is, you're already on top of the mountain. Namo Amida Bu"
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"Wish I sat there at the top of this mountain. Magnificent! Namo Amida Bu"
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Robert Joshin Althouse replied to David Brazier's discussion TAO TE CHING 13: Serve under Heaven, not under Self in the group TAO & EASTERN WISDOM
"I continue to be amazed by how deep Chinese thought and philosophy goes. How could Dogen not have drawn from this. So his phrase "That the self manifests the ten thousand things is delusion. That the ten thousand things manifest the self is…"
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Robert Joshin Althouse replied to David Brazier's discussion A CONTROVERSIAL CHAPTER in the group TAO & EASTERN WISDOM
"This chapter does seem a bit disjointed compared to other chapters. Perhaps this character at end of first line "bu ren" which you have translated as "benevolent" could be translated as "impartial". And perhaps…"
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Robert Joshin Althouse replied to David Brazier's discussion TAO TE CHING 28: The Dark Wisdom in the group TAO & EASTERN WISDOM
"Nice. A lot to reflect on here. Thank you"
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Robert Joshin Althouse replied to David Brazier's discussion TAO TE CHING Chapter 1 in the group TAO & EASTERN WISDOM
"This character, 玄 is translated by Wang Pi, an early Taoist philosopher at "dark-enigma" which attempts to name the mystery as both Absence and Presence as a a single generative tissue.  His translation: In perennial Absence you…"
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""Invocation to Vairochana Buddha Hail - The Beneficient Mystic The Treasure Hail!"           - From 'Vespers' Kennett, following Soto Zen tradition in Nien Fo Book Amida Shu"
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Vajrapala Lut Moerman commented on Robert Joshin Althouse's blog post Avalokiteshvara by R. Althouse
"Homage to Quan Shi Yin, Bodhisattva of Great Compassion Namo Avalokitaya *"
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I'm a zen teacher and a painter. Many of my paintings are on my personal site at www.althouse-art.com. I'm exploring the intersection of art, zen, spirituality and psychology.
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I Made a Self Out of Drugs and Booze!

Posted by Dayamay Dunsby on October 29, 2020 at 15:08 0 Comments

Some reflections on the journey from dysfunction to sobriety.

The Ego is formed in the early years, as a response to the realization that the world is not just solely about us. It serves to establish a balance between our base desires and impulses and helps us to conform to the dictates of society. As we begin to observe the vastness and complexity of society we adjust ourselves according to how we can fit into it. In my case, this was no less than an adjustment to already existing…

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Keep singing! (Podcast#102)

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Snake by R. Althouse

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