Mystique Bodha

Gesture Towards The Self

Eshun’s Departure

Eshun’s Departure

When Eshun, the Zennun, was past sixty and about to leave the world, she asked some monks to pile up wood in the yard. Seating herself firmly in the center of the funeral pyre, she […]

My Heart Burns Like Fire

My Heart Burns Like Fire

Soyen Shaku, the first Zen teacher to come to America, said: ‘My heart burns like fire but my eyes are as cold as dead ashes.’ He made the following rules, which he practiced every day […]

Atma shatkam/Nirvana Shatkam

Atma shatkam/Nirvana Shatkam

One Of My Dearest Poem “Atma shatkam/Nirvana Shatkam”  Written By Adi Shankaracharya Mano buddhya-hankara chittani naham Na cha shrotra jihve, na cha ghrana netre Na cha vyoma bhumirna tejo na vayuhu Chidananda rupah shivoham shivoham […]

Mar, 10
Zen Story – A Cup of Tea

Zen Story – A Cup of Tea

Nan-in, a Japanese master during the Meiji era (1868-1912) received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in saved tea. He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor […]

Mar, 03
Zen Story – The Fake Monk

Zen Story – The Fake Monk

Source: ” Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol 3 ” – Osho Osho : There is a famous Zen story. I would like to tell it to you. A monk called himself the ’Master of […]

Mar, 03
Osho Jokes On Mulla Nasrudin

Osho Jokes On Mulla Nasrudin

1)  Mulla Nasrudin complained to the health department about his brothers. ”I have got six brothers,” he said. ”We all live in one room. They have too many pets. One has twelve monkeys and another […]

Mar, 03
Osho Jokes on Mulla Nasrudin

Osho Jokes on Mulla Nasrudin

1) During a religious meeting an attractive young widow leaned too far over the balcony and fell, but her dress caught on a chandelier and held her impended in mid-air. The preacher, of course, immediately […]

Mar, 03

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