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  • SIT-A-LONG with Jundo: BUDDHA BOO!




    Halloween is a good time to talk about ...


    ... the things that SCARE US!


    Today’s Sit-A-Long video follows at this link. Remember: recording ends soon after the beginning bells; a sitting time of 15 to 35 minutes is recommended

    This article was originally published in forum thread: SIT-A-LONG with Jundo: BUDDHA BOO! started by Jundo View original post
    Comments 24 Comments
    1. Myoku's Avatar
      Myoku -
      Thank you Jundo,
      for you efforts and this teaching,
      Gassho
      Myoku
    1. Dosho's Avatar
      Dosho -
      Thank you Jundo.

      Gassho,
      Dosho
    1. Seimyo's Avatar
      Seimyo -
      Thank you Jundo.

      Catching up...

      Gassho,
      Chris
    1. Byokan's Avatar
      Byokan -
      I think, like pain, fear is not necessarily the same as suffering. It is possible to feel fear and yet not be consumed by it. To say, hello Fear, I recognize you, have seen you before, now lets both calm down, ok, what is it you are trying to tell me? And even be grateful for it. Of course this conversation probably takes place after you have removed yourself from the vicinity of the roaring, hungry, bloodthirsty tiger (or tweety-bird, as the case may be).

      Thank you Jundo

      Gassho
      Lisa
      sat today
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