zeninmodernlife

New Book: “Pop!”

In Uncategorized on August 13, 2011 at 1:48 am

Introduction: Buy The Book

In the stream bubbles appear one new one a second and as we watch old ones pop every second, pop, pop, pop. These bubbles represent humans coming into the world by birth and leaving by death, each second is this swirl of bubbles, pop, pop, pop, pop, and one day that pop will be you!

The thought of a death a second is not such a nice one as to dwell on it and so we do not, the thought though of the ongoing mass game of Russian Roulette where your number is guaranteed to come up at some unknown time should force a smart adjustment in perspective and awakening to the moment and living, now.

You do not spend your time sitting mourning each and every pop, considered though the thought of your own popping may be of some concern. Will you pop out of the blue unprepared or will you feel your pop coming? Part of your concern over your pop is sadness and loss you’ll leave behind in others.

Each moment a pop, pop, pop, each moment people suffering that. Aren’t you though, the stream?

That is That a book by WuWu

In Uncategorized on July 3, 2011 at 11:21 am

“Better than The Open Secret by Tony Parsons, better than The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, the book at the end of the spiritual path, the end of seeking”

That is That by WuWu,

Get it now

Spiritual classics come once every few thousand years.

Hello Goodbye

In Uncategorized on May 29, 2011 at 9:19 am

My blog Tao Wow took me from a time of realization through many times of confusion as I read others words on realization and at times found that misinterpretation was enough to draw me towards bondage again. On the whole though Tao Wow had very strong posts pointing to the awakened state and at some point I felt it was time to leave it behind and so I moved to Daily Cup of Tao.

Daily Cup of Tao was an attempt to condense awakened ideas to short daily pointers and I had the idea that on completing the blog I’d have nothing left to say. Completing Daily Cup of Tao after one year and roughly 365 posts I took a break.

After the break came Zen in Modern Life, an idea where I would leave the computer and blogging behind and just live, occasionally stopping by to post something. About this time I am noticing a complete lack of an urge to write and the blog is likely, though not surely, to grind to a halt.

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