The thief in the weeds is finally subdued.
“Verses of the Mind King” is attributed to Fu Dashi (a famous Chinese sixth-century Lay Buddhist). The poem, having referred to the Mind King, who, for all his importance, is not evident to the senses, goes on to say: The salt put in water / the glue put in paint – Certainly these are present / But we cannot see their form. The Mind King is also thus / Abiding within the body, Going in and out the (gate of […]
Just like this, each step we take is walking in Buddha’s footprints.
The what, why, and how of Ordinary Zen practice.
Opinions matter, but not in the way you think!
Be careful what you identify with.
Why it is important.
Sitting still on a stormy night.