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Join 10-day retreat with Ayahuasca and San Pedro on New Year’s eve. Meet ancestral master plants to empower your path, embrace the mystery and celebrate the beauty of Life.

Next dates: Dec 28 – Jan 6
Location: Amazon, Sacred Valley, Cusco

Crazy wisdom and no training

July 21st, 2013|Buddhism articles, Chögyam Trungpa|0 Comments

The whole concept of needing training for things is a very weak approach, because it makes us feel we cannot possess the potential in us, and that therefore we have to make ourselves better than we are, we have to try to compete with heroes or masters. So we try to imitate those heroes and masters, believing that finally ...

Eternal Guest

April 16th, 2013|Prayers, songs, poetry|0 Comments

In the jungle of passion, The warrior of the tiger roams; In the flame of aggression, The diamond vajra sparks; In the ocean of ignorance, The iceberg of cold awake rumbles. Bounded by love Swallows [...]

The Story of Fire

August 11th, 2012|Poems and stories, Sufi|0 Comments

Once upon a time a man was contemplating the ways in which Nature operates, and he discovered, because of his concentration and application, how fire could be made. This man was called Nour. He decided [...]

Freedom and Choice

June 13th, 2012|Buddhism articles|0 Comments

Most people equate choice and freedom. It seems so reasonable. Freedom means you are free to choose, right? It means you are free from restrictions. If you can’t choose, then you are not free. And it would seem to follow that the more choice you have, the more freedom you have. But it doesn’t work out that way.

Life and Death

June 13th, 2012|Poems and stories|0 Comments

look at love how it tangles with the one fallen in love look at spirit how it fuses with earth giving it new life why are you so busy with this or that or good [...]

Three Questions

June 13th, 2012|Buddhism articles|0 Comments

Rock climbing, I reflected later, comes down to three points: - willingness, even if you end up falling onto a rope or mat - know-how, knowing how to use your body and the equipment properly, and - capacity, having the strength and ability to grip or push or hold. Later, it struck me that Buddhist practice comes down to the same three points