Category Archives: caring

When Space & Time Open

(Click on the photograph to expand…) This photo is from the Facebook page of a Friend-of-a-Friend, taken by James Smith. You could call it ‘Apples in Winter’, or maybe ‘Candy for the Soul’, dessert for the eyes… What particularly struck … Continue reading

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Dear fellow TSK Students

Dear fellow TSK Students, Recently, Michael sent an email to me, Ken, and Hayward saying how much he enjoyed our times together, pointing out how TSK is such an unusual meeting ground, and reflected on how diverse we are, and … Continue reading

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Zeroless Calling

“Space in its zeroless appearing allows substance to dissolve.”   DTS 45 I wonder if zero is like our entrance into the human world and the zeroless like our departure.  Birth, as seen by the family that welcomes a new arrival, … Continue reading

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Echoes of Silence.

Water Fish, Wind Bird, and Gaia are ancient beings who have inhabited Planet Earth from very early times.  Gaia (who watches over the land and all that grows upon it), Wind Bird (who fills the sky and bringing breath to … Continue reading

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A Sense of Caring

To guard against  self-deception, it is important to balance the sense of caring and the feeling of immediacy it can bring with insight into the functioning of conventional temporality. One way to cultivate such insight is to review and reflect … Continue reading

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Intimacy as the basis for Compassion [TSK Ex 25]

‘You are me in another time.’ Barry Long TSK does not directly teach the practice of love or compassion toward others. However, once the narrowness of the positions we hold drops away, we find that we interact more easily with others, … Continue reading

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