Featured Articles In This Issue


Your Practice is Your Practice
by Edward Espe Brown

I started practicing Zen in 1965. Sometime in 1966 or 1967 while I was sitting in sesshin, I began to shake—often side-to-side rotational movements, my head, my shoulders, my hips—and I couldn’t get it to stop.

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By calming our mental whirlpools, we become capable of expanding our awareness to experience our oneness with the infinite. We may not experience this right away, but with practice, anything is possible.
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The Difficulty of Finding Happiness
by Anyen Rinpoche and Allison Choying Zangmo

According to Shantideva, a quintessential bodhisattva, happiness comes from focusing on ourselves less rather than more.

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