How much of your life is spent dwelling on the past: what you should have done, what they did to you, what happened or didn’t happen? How ...
What does the Zen / Daoist concept “Not-Two” mean? Could it refer to the core concept of non-duality--not looking at anything as separat ...
The Buddhist Warrior understands his inherent nature and his connection to all things. When praying to the Buddha statue, he is not worshipp ...
Every master knows when it is time to work, time to play, and time to find stillness. Many warriors retreat into nature, where connection to ...
When the young monk in training first begins to learn the foundation of his martial form, he will undoubtedly fire his arrows faster than he ...
The Warrior sits in total silence, eyes closed, meditating while a war erupts around him. Blades flying, voices yelling, feet marching, bodi ...
How are you handling the constant onslaught of thoughts, plans, projections, desires, and imaginings? Is it an all-engulfing, never-ending r ...
On occasion, the warrior must set down his pack, lay down his sword, and find a quiet spot off the trodden path to meditate on his current d ...