10 Zen Principles to help you live a more calm and centered life, as given to us by that famous Zen guy, Yogi Berra.
Going Home for the Holidays? Nope. Just stay away from the crowds, eh? Maybe next year… So, what might you do for yourself this year? Or for yourself and your home circle? Here are a few ideas. I suspect none of us are going to forget 2020. Masks. Isolation. Thousands upon thousands of deaths, millions afflicted. And
Examples of Zen Living — here’s how to simplify your life and way of being 1. One thing at a time Multitasking is impossible. Watch yourself when you attempt it. What you are actually doing is turning your attention from one thing to another, to another, rapidly. And, because changing your focus takes energy, nothing gets your full attention. Experiment: watch your
The Straightjacket of Delusion is a funny thing. You only notice it when it’s pointed out to you, AND you are open to looking. What’s Your Problem, Man? This topic is described in my book, You can read more about it here One of the main plot points in the movie series “The Matrix” is
Zen Principles to Help You Live Life Better This article was greatly expanded upon in my book, Half Asleep in the Buddha Hall Life According to Zen Master Yogi Berra The following quotes are from one of the most Zen guys of the 20th century — Yogi Berra 10. “It ain’t over till it’s over.” Most do not
When you’re a Zen Guy like me, you’re constantly thinking about, (and trying to enact) being present. The Holiday Season is rife with “things” we can distract ourselves with. I decided to send you a list of alternative ways of being, in the hopes that shifting gears might help you to deal with the holidays more elegantly.