Sometimes the most important practice is to ground in the present moment, doing everyday things with awareness. Nature, physical exercise, and…cooking! I’m cooking at the Buddhist center for a couple of weeks until their new chef arrives. I’d forgotten what an amazing practice this is….there is no room for discursiveness or fantasy when the soupContinue reading “Crestone”
Over the past few weeks we have gone up to Neyphug Monastery to make offerings to the little monks: shoes, hats, longjohns. The 60 young monks are either orphaned, from abusive homes, or otherwise disadvantaged, and Neyphug Tulku has given them a home and education at the monastery.