We’re not here simply for ourselves. We’re here for the greater community of all beings.
We each contribute to the welfare of all beings. ~ Adyashanti
The Sandokai is a fundamental scripture that is chanted in Zen monasteries and temples throughout the world. “San” means “many,” “do” means “sameness” or “oneness,” and “kai” means to shake hands, as in friendship. So, it’s the many things and the One in relationship, which is a way of depicting true nature, or reality. It was written by a Zen master, Sekito Kisen, in the eighth century.
One of the themes that runs through the Sandokai is the theme of light and dark. In the West, we have a . . . READ MORE
After attending Adyashanti’s recent intensive weekend in Toronto in April of 2019, I had the most beautiful . . .READ MORE
NOV 9: This is a time to join together and turn deeply within to practice the ancient injunction to “Be Still and Know” . . .READ MORE
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