Taming tigers

The other day I closed a circle, so to speak, when I watched an interview of Damien Echols on CBS Sunday Morning. The man was convicted–still is, actually–along with two other men, for the brutal murder of three boys in 1993. They are known as The West Memphis Three:   After some new DNA evidence […]

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When the student is ready…

Joel Biroco (aka Steve Marshall or vv), might be a little rough around the edges but you can count on him telling it like he sees it. Biroco / Journal: My considered opinion on western nonduality teachings There is an old saying, ‘When the student is ready, the teacher appears.’ I’d like to rewrite this […]

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Stripping Confucius

Something I posted in Clarity today that I like to record here too. 38.K’uei / Opposition – Page 10 – I Ching Community It really tickles me to death the ongoing effort of stripping Confucius and his school from the Yijing, like some kind of taint soiling the work. As if one should wash the […]

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On Modesty…

Allan Lian posted an interesting note about the Yijing and what really takes to study the classic: A Lifetime It is also good to note that, while it is a good idea to read and learn about the Yi, it is also a good idea to know one’s limits in its knowledge. Many people, with […]

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A time tested tradtion

It appears the Yijing is a book of choice for Chinese prisoners, a tradition that, according to legend and history, goes back to one of the founders of the Zhou Dinasty, some 3000 years ago. Yes, I can see how the Yi can keep one from going insane in such a situation… CHINA – HONG […]

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