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The great blossoming

Not for the faint-hearted;
this is all-encompassing –
the great blossoming.

Words and photo for meditation and reflection by Stephanie Mohan – May 2016


Saka Dawa Duchen - Birth, Enlightenment, and Parinirvana of Shakyamuni Buddha

Honoring and Practicing for the benefit of all:

5/21/2016 (Saturday)

Anniversary of Buddha Shakyamuni’s Birth, Enlightenment & Parinirvana (the 15th of the 4th month) 102 more words

Buddhist Practice

The Grace of Oneness

“ This realization of oneness involves the highest type of communication and respect.  IF your life is realized in the this sense…you would see that the whole world supports you.  803 more words


Perfecting A Practice of Readiness

By: David Shi Shen-Xi

As we gain perfected readiness in understanding the core tenets of what we learn when studying many of the Buddhist principles, and begin to find them reflected in the lessons from our everyday experiences, our unconditioned conscious state will open up to a new beginning that drives the acquisition which helps us acquire an awareness of the wisdom they represent that shows us how the Universe reflects it’s reality all around us and how we relate to these individual expressions, and perhaps even allowing us to see the shadows also reflecting their unity with all other mutual relationships. 2,394 more words

Continuous practice

Continuous practice

leads to automatic insight,

to thinking only

in terms of wisdom.

Luangta Maha Boowa


Belief in a self isn’t what gives force to judgement, it’s what blocks it

The West seems to  find it very difficult to understand how recognizing that the self has no true existence doesn’t stand in the way of determination, strength of mind and action in the slightest. 

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Middle of the road

Middle of the road;
need to decide direction –
patient drivers wait.

Words and photo for meditation and reflection by Stephanie Mohan – May 2016