Category Archives: art

‘Story of Your Life’ – Short Story by Ted Chiang

Jack recommended a short story by Ted Chiang entitled ‘Story of Your Life’, available for purchase on Amazon… Jack said: “…it offers a very interesting take on time and the structures of language, and it’s also a beautifully crafted story, … Continue reading

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Look Into Something Close at Hand

My friend, poet, and fellow TSK student, Ken McKeon sent me a poem in response to a brief exercise we did in class. We’ve actually done many variations on this practice, but in this case Ken was simply having a … Continue reading

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Approaching Great Time

In Great Time, intimacy simply is, offering knowingness. This intimacy cannot be brought to our experience at will. It is a state of pure “allowingness”. As if the meaning emerged without any barrier, free of judgments and preconceptions. The prevailing … Continue reading

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Matisse and TSK

Creation is no longer a unique event that takes place at the beginning of time, or else through the inspiration of a mysterious force. Instead, as the momentum of ‘time’ it is freely accessible in each interaction. KTS 78 TSK … Continue reading

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Flowing Both Ways

Years ago it was a wonderful discovery to have revealed to me—during a retreat at the Nyingma Institute—that the senses are two way channels.  This deepened my experience, and to this day, walking under a tree whose branches are singing … Continue reading

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Dance of Light

In case you haven’t seen it…(4.24 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0813gcZ1Uw8

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TSK meets Sacred Art

Since more than a year I`m fortunate to be able to work with Tibetan Buddhist  Sacred Art several hours per day. That is Tsa Tsas,  Stupas and Statues. Since a while I have the strong sense that this work supports … Continue reading

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Melting Concepts

I was, let´s say, instigated by the fundamental challenge described in the Orientation paper for week 6: “No matter what insights you may have, you are still stuck in the position of being the one who knows, and this means … Continue reading

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