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The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: Quiet the Mind

The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: Quiet the Mind

Thich Nhat Hanh says, "Our suffering comes from our wrong perceptions." In other words, shifting your perception can change your life. #shift #shiftuccmn

Thich Nhat Hanh says, "Our suffering comes from our wrong perceptions." In other words, shifting your perception can change your life. #shift #shiftuccmn

En esta ocasión y continuando con la serie sobre la armonización de los siete chakras principales, el turno es para el tercer chakra llamado Manipura o también conocido como el chakra del plexo sol…

En esta ocasión y continuando con la serie sobre la armonización de los siete chakras principales, el turno es para el tercer chakra llamado Manipura o también conocido como el chakra del plexo sol…

The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: The new self

The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: The new self

It isn't the things that happen to us in our lives that cause us to suffer, it's how we relate to the things that happen to us that causes us to suffer Pema Chodron

It isn't the things that happen to us in our lives that cause us to suffer, it's how we relate to the things that happen to us that causes us to suffer Pema Chodron

The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: The big you (soul) and the little you (ego)

The Long Afternoon: A blog for those who plan to live long: The big you (soul) and the little you (ego)

The volcano that erupted on Mount Pinatubo in 1991 emitted 10 million metric tons of magma and devastated much of the Philippines. Twenty years later, the now solidified volcanic ash provides a creative resource for a group of resilient Philippine artisans. They hand-cast our serene, flowing-robe Buddha from that same porous material, elongating his earlobes to indicate he is all-hearing. In any outdoor setting where birds chirp and bees hum, this Enlightened One will instantly find…

Enlightened Buddha Statue

The volcano that erupted on Mount Pinatubo in 1991 emitted 10 million metric tons of magma and devastated much of the Philippines. Twenty years later, the now solidified volcanic ash provides a creative resource for a group of resilient Philippine artisans. They hand-cast our serene, flowing-robe Buddha from that same porous material, elongating his earlobes to indicate he is all-hearing. In any outdoor setting where birds chirp and bees hum, this Enlightened One will instantly find…

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