Monthly Archives: March 2009

Some Questions

Before we go too much further there are some things to name that will need our consideration soon enough. Because there are so many things that have come to me since starting this blog, that I think I should list … Continue reading Continue reading

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Where we will go.

clip_colorschememapping.xml”> Before we go too much further there are some things to name that will need our consideration soon enough. Because there are so many things that have come to me since starting this blog, that I think I should … Continue reading Continue reading

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mindfulnessofthebody.org

You can go to www.mindfulnessofthebody.org if you want to read translations of Buddhist Pali texts on mindfulness of the body. I’ll add them as I find them. Continue reading

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Mindfulness of Body with Breathing

I’d like to share some thoughts on mindfulness of breathing as a way to keep the body in the picture in meditation and also as a way to keep contact with the body moment to moment during a day’s activities. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Intention

Through my years of Buddhist practice, I’ve come to a very different understanding of the place of the body in our practice than I had when I set out. I’m struck with how powerful this practice statement by the Buddha … Continue reading Continue reading

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