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Nirvana is Persistent

You know, I thought I had this all figured out. I had all the various elements of my spirituality placed neatly in their separate little niches. 189 more words

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Nudity is OK, as Long as it's Tasteful

I was reading an article in the New York Times the other day about nudist colonies in Croatia, and it struck me. I am getting more comfortable being naked. 454 more words

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A Hymn to Maha Sarasvati, the Great Goddess

By Anne Megerian

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Maha Devi Sarasvati, Mother of us all

Maha, Maha Sarasvati, mother of my soul

Devi, Devi, Spun the space between the stars…

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Pointing at the Moon

Over the past couple of days, I’ve found myself slipping back into Buddhism. This time around, I feel much more comfortable in my examinations of the doctrines presented in important Mahayana texts. 214 more words

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Many Gods, Many Paths: Giving up the Keys to the Mahayana

I can’t call myself a Buddhist any longer.

This is a decision I’ve come to with mixed feelings, and much regret. Yet it is also strangely liberating. 274 more words

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Objective Fact and Subjective Truth: What's in a Name?

Let me get this off my chest right away: I really wanted Sarasvati’s name to have a pretty meaning. I was dead set on it meaning “The Flowing One,” because…well, that fits in so perfectly with how I experience her. 777 more words

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