Results for "main_practice: Being Present, content_type: Teaching Story/Scene"
Tao story in The Blessings of Imperfection A carpenter and his apprentice
Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away Focuses on right view, impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, letting go, and other essential Buddhist teachings.
The Zen Commandments Dean Sluyter on coming into the present moment thanks to a window washer.
Feed the Wolf An analogy that underscores how blind we are to wonders right before our eyes.
Bettina Vitell in The World in a Bowl of Tea When Rityu, Japan's legendary sixteenth-century tea master, was asked the secret
Sue Monk Kidd in The Dance of the Dissident Daughter I heard a story about a man who went about the countryside
Don't Worry, Be Grumpy A story by Ajahn Brahm on how happiness is always within reach.
Sacred Laughter of the Sufis A teaching story by Imam Jamal Rahman about being a child of the present moment.
Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away Ajahn Chah's story on letting go of attachment to be present.
Still Here Ram Dass on the persistent challenge of being present.