135 - Grief in Buddhism 1: Buddhist Teachings on Grief and the Danger of Spiritual Bypassing
136 - Grief in Buddhism 2: Some Buddhist Practices Helpful for Facing and Integrating Grief

Shikantaza, “just sitting,” can be challenging. We’re asked not to try to control our meditative experience, but are we just supposed to sit there like a sack of potatoes and let habit energy have its way? I present a simple approach to returning to your intention whenever you have a moment of awareness in your sitting, and making that intention very simple and free from expectation of results. We simply intend four “S’s”: To sit upright, still, silent, and simply be.

 

 

 

135 - Grief in Buddhism 1: Buddhist Teachings on Grief and the Danger of Spiritual Bypassing
136 - Grief in Buddhism 2: Some Buddhist Practices Helpful for Facing and Integrating Grief
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