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Memento

Mind nature is only ever known by itself. Not a thing, not an experience, not an otherness. Secret, silent, sacred.

By |November 29th, 2018|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Meanings of Post-Traditional

A good friend asked today, "What do you mean by post-traditional?" So, as I started answering it became clear that for me this term has three distinct layers. A little background first, though.

By |June 16th, 2017|Categories: Blog|1 Comment

Some thoughts on Buddhisms and Dharma

Dharma is timeless, always just so. Its characteristics non-contingent. Its functions not limited to a particular time, place, situation, or culture. Dharma needs no reinventing. If anything, it invites a re/discovery which can only happen by and through awakening. Therefore, Dharma is also a practice, as well as a path.

By |October 24th, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Study and Translation

Most of the last 12 months I've been reviewing the foundational texts of Shingon Buddhism, using available English translations for reference, adding some to my limited knowledge of Sanskrit and Chinese, and producing a Croatian translation of major works by Kobo Daishi Kukai,,,

By |February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Blog|1 Comment

Notes to Imaging Buddha

We live among fragmented images, perhaps even as fragmented selves, thus the art of imagination often stands neglected. I want to look at – 1 – how creative imagination is important, 2 – how tradition provides good examples, and 3 – how we don't know what to do with what's available.

By |August 15th, 2015|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
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