Buddhist Contemplative Practice
We Thank You.
Do not travel to other dusty lands, forsaking your own sitting place; if you cannot find the truth where you are now, you will never find it.
Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life.
Like all oceans have the taste of salt, all the [teachings] have one taste: the taste
In this section of the website you will find articles focused on the contemplative aspects of Buddhist practice (some of which are also listed in the Articles page of this site). (If you need a free copy of Acrobat Reader, please download it here.)
We invite you to offer your own perspectives as well.
May your practice benefit you and all beings!
- Foundations of Buddhist Practice
- What Would Buddha Do?
- The Brahmavihara of Equanimity
- The Four Establishments of Mindfulness
- Right Mindfulness
- Continuity of Mindfulness
- Self and Suffering
- Anticipation, Intoxication and Happiness – by Harold Hedelman