A honey-bee offers a Dharma talk.
Chinese poet Tao Qian lived in the late 4th and early 5th centuries, and was known for his love of chrysanthemums. Here he plays with peach blossoms.
Imagine … you are a caterpillar. Perhaps a plain green one, or perhaps you’re sporting fancy spots or stripes: green, black, orange ...
The thrust and parry of conceptual mind, with its foil of language -- and Manjushri's sword of Wisdom. Where, if at all, do they meet?
From childhood games of hide-and-seek and treasure-hunt, to Shakespearean tragedies and the detective-work of Sherlock Holmes -- we do love a mystery!
Some thoughts on ghostwriting, in light of the Taoist notion of wuwei -- and a guided meditation inviting an exploration of the referent of "I." Enjoy!
What makes a poem perfect?
I’ve been relishing, as of late, a tiny little book called The Pocket Haiku: a recently-published collection of English translations of Basho, Buson, Issa and a scattering of other Japanese masters ...
Thanks to a generous gift, the live-stream sessions with Croatian healer Braco are being offered free of charge to all who are interested, from June 6-14 2014. To participate, simply go to: https://braco-europe.tv/ -- Enjoy!
in death I lose a body and He will lose my phantasies of Him I go shirtless to this lovemaking my body becomes all