Anonymous asked: I found you! I came across your blog months ago and was truly fascinated! For whatever reason I logged off or shut down and when I tried finding you again a few days later you were gone without a trace! I'm so glad I happened across your blog again! Anyway, I was wondering if you could recommend any good beginner books on basic Buddhist teachings? I was born & raised Catholic but have always struggled with it's dogmas & hypocrisies. Been wanting to explore Buddhism for a while now. Thanks!
Hm.. there are so many. this is a book in our bok store. http://www.namsebangdzo.com/The_Path_of_Individual_Liberation_p/18559.htm
The author is a wel respect yet WILD teacher. He was ground breaking.
I’m sitting in the orlando international airport looking at everyone remembering that we have all been in so many relationships together. I usually think mother father brother lover killer etc but then I thought about it and we have all also been that really impactful person to one another as well. That’s really fun to think about. Have a good weekend.
Anonymous asked: What is the infinite spark of being?
At one point I spent a lot of time with Krishna devotees. The idea of the spark of Krishna in everything brought that to mind. At the time I would do Japa walks and as I was chanting I would picture a little glowing spark in everything I saw, birds, plants, trees etc So its a spark. It’s infinite. Life does not begin and end with birth and death right?
I haven’t lost my mind through any of this. I just walked away from it for a while.
I found this, this morning. It’s awesome! there are audio clips for everything to help with pronunciation… THIS is the kinda stuff I get excited about! ha ha