„Observarea de sine”
Written in the style of a wayfarer’s journal, this book chronicles the travels and teachings of Western Baul Master, Lee Lozowick, during the summer of 2005, which marked thirty years since the commencement of his teaching work. A Treatise on the Eternal Way.
A collection of hidden spiritual teachings from Lee Lozowick, founder of the Western Baul tradition.
Essays on Art, Beauty, Life and Reality As It Is. This book of essays presents the essential teachings of the Western Baul spiritual master Lee Lozowick, with special emphasis on what he has named “Enlightened Duality.” This dynamic spiritual principle suggests that one can combine a firmly-rooted and integrated awareness of the nondual nature of reality (“all is One”), with a lively, conscious relationship to the “duality” (or play of opposites) that characterizes our everyday lives.
This book focuses on core issues related to human suffering: the mind that doesn’t “Know Thyself,” and the emotions that create terrifying imbalance and unhappiness. The author, a spiritual teacher for over 35 years, details the workings of mind and emotions, offering practical interventions for when the mind or emotions are raging out of control.
"In Belly of the Dragon" este un acompaniament critic la Shinjinmei, se scufund? în inima textului ?i reu?este sa transmit? mesajul într-un mod clar ?i accesibil. Lectur? recomandat? pentru orice student Zen serios.
This book presents the essential, radical teaching of Lee Lozowick. What does it mean to live God? What is Real Spiritual Life? These questions are answered by Lozowick is the uncompromising context of spiritual truth, and what spiritual practice is and is not.
This powerful biography introduces the life and teaching work of the contemporary beggar-saint Yogi Ramsuratkumar (1918-2001) who lived on the streets of Tiruvannamalai, India. “Only God” was his creed, and his approach to everyday life. An inspiring mix of storytelling, interviews and fact-finding.
This book traces The Baul Path, a Tantric spiritual tradition, from its earliest roots in the subcontinent of India, to its dissemination in the West in modern times. In the East, for centuries, Baul bards and yogis wandered the dusty roads of Bengal singing and dancing with joy in praise of God. Their poetry-songs uplifted ordinary people, transporting all above the daily grind for survival and into a direct experience of the sublime. Sahaja is the hallmark of the Baul Way, referring to the naturally ecstatic essence of being. According to the Bauls, sahaja nature is inborn, and underlies one's human personality and habitual social conditioning. It is a blueprint of love, beauty, bliss, wisdom and dignity. From the Baul view, to rediscover sahaja is to love God. The outstanding contribution of this book is its first-hand account of the introduction of Baul spirituality to the modern world through the life and work of Khepa Lee Lozowick (1943-2010), an American teacher and the spiritual Heart Son of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, the revered Beggar Saint of Tiruvannamalai, south India. In 2008, M. Young accompanied Khepa Lee to Bengal where they met with eminent Baul gurus and practitioners, many who had long awaited an exchange with their American "brother." On this trip, his band of Western Bauls shared their American rock and blues in a unique interplay between East and West.
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A Zen monk's commentary on the Fukanzazengi (Universal Guide on the Correct Practice of Zen) by Master Dogen.