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A sage is like a mountain that has sat still and accepted everything that comes and goes in its lifetime without judgment.
Creston's Kuya Minogue discusses the difference between all the kinds of creatures.
Reminding us of our own desire and ability to bring compassion into daily life so we can help all beings.
Seeing mountains and rivers in a way that deepens our lives and expands our vision
Creston's Kuya Minogue discusses the work of 13th century Zen master Eihei Dogen.
"When dragons and fish see water as a palace, it may be like human beings seeing a palace."
Resident teacher at Sakura-ji, Creston’s zendo, discusses the metaphor of water.
Some thoughts to interrupt the ongoing Zen Master essay
Advance colomnist Kuya Minogue discusses the powers of flowing water.
Humans are so focused on ourselves that we don’t realize the world we see is not necessarily the world that exists.
Each one of us has place in lives of all other beings, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
We can’t explain our lives; we can only live them, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Zen practice doesn’t divide reality into black and white, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Zen is Buddhism and Buddhism is Zen, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Zen has become pop psychology and spiritual value diminished, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Zen monk Dogen advises against limiting ourselves to a single way of seeing spiritual life, says Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Seeking a Zen enlightenment experience is a mistake, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...
Realizing there is no such thing as a mountain doesn’t take understanding far enough, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue…
Life always goes forward without concern about how we want our own situation to be, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue..
Part of our problem is that we don’t thoroughly practice, says Creston Zen teacher Kuya Minogue...