News Round Up for w/e 12th June 2022
News & snippets from Zen cyber-space
Was the violent martial arts 'Wing Chun' originally created as a non-lethal art that mirrors the six parmitas?
Zazen is “good for nothing” — the journey to Enlightenment starts with “just sitting” — and it’s good for your health, stress or anxiety (studies)
Tulku Khyongla Rato Rinpoche, Noted Tibetan Buddhist Scholar, Ex-monk, and Founder of The Tibet Center in New York City, Died at 98 Unassuming, he was the learned and revered teacher of Richard Gere, Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, Joseph Campbell, and many others
Podcast: Natalie Goldberg, Writing and Zen Buddhism Learn how to just let writing flow with this inspiring interview with Natalie Goldberg.
Dharma Q+A: The Sacrifice of Animals in Scientific Research Ven. Pomnyun Sunim is the founder and leader of Jungto Society, an organization dedicated to a life of sharing and simple, sustainable living, informed by the Buddhist teaching.
Wing Chun creator Buddhist Nun Ng Mui developed the art as a non-lethal martial art that mirrors six Buddhist Paramitas? In this feature, I’ll make a crazy argument — but bear with me. Wing Chun, the venerable martial art created by Buddhist Nun Ng Mui perfectly (pun intended) showcases the Six Perfections taught by Buddha.
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