Living Dharma & the Burning Resolve.

  By Liwa Nim   I apologize in advance for the sappy poetic imagery in this article, but how else can we describe the indescribable? This article is mostly about Zen/Ch’an practices, but I think it can also pertain to meditation and mindfulness in general. When we see someone sitting motionless in meditation, it’s tempting to think that they’re in a state of complete non-activity. That they’re like a moss covered rock, or an ancient mountain. Since that’s how they appear, it’s possible that we might approach meditation with expectations of utter stillness and quietude. I’d say that such expectations...

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