As I Am, the World Becomes

Today, Claude AnShin, the guiding teacher at the Magnolia Zen Center in Florida, joins us to share his wisdom. One of the most important aspects of Buddhist teaching is the truth of interconnectedness: the truth that within me exists the entire universe, so, as I am, the world becomes. It is my responsibility to slow down, to invite more silence into my life, so that the truth of my own suffering can become more clear. When my suffering shows itself, I can stop acting in automatic, habitual, or conditioned ways. I can pause and make new choices.

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