MonZta Kagyu Teachings
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The world we live in, and the very nature of our mind, push us to stay self-focused and self-protective. We are encouraged to widen our stance in the world by accumulating materials goods, and by pushing away people who are "not like us". We live our lives in a constant state of concern that our "objects" will disappear and our territory will be infringed.
Last month when my new book, " The Bodhisattva's Brain: Buddhism Naturalized " (MIT, 2011) was published, I was deep in the jungle among the Achuar, an indigenous people living on two million acres of primary rain forest in southeastern Ecuador and northeastern Peru. The Achuar had not been contacted until the 1970s, and they are -- despite the thirst for the oil on their lands -- committed to living harmoniously and sustainably with nature. Nowadays the Achuar say -- but only as an afterthought, a courtesy, and perhaps only to well-off Westerners like me -- that they are "Catholic."
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Vén. Ajahn Sumedho — A l’Ecoute des Pensées Le 26 mars 2013, par Buddhachannel Fr. A l’Ecoute des Pensées - Vénérable Ajahn Sumedho - Traduit par Jeanne Schut Extrait du livre « L’Attention » Ajahn Sumedho En ouvrant notre esprit, en « lâchant prise », nous portons notre attention sur un point unique, nous sommes un simple observateur, le témoin silencieux et conscient de ce qui va et vient.
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