News From Nirvana: Tao and Forever

According to the Li Chi, the three requirements on how to Tao are chih, jen, and yung.

Now and Zen, The Way Revisited.

Chih- (wisdom) it is practiced by studying traditions and appreciating their beneficial effects on yourself and rest of society. In addition, it means to be continually honest about your own needs, abilities, and motives and paying attention to how your actions influence other people.

Jen – (compassion) a fellow-feeling for other people. Human-bigheartedness.

Yung – (fortitude) involves working hard to carry out your actions thoroughly and maintain good attitude constantly throughout life.


Snowboarder Kevin Pearce: Meditation for Brain Injury

March is Brain Injury Awareness month. In honor of Brain Injury Awareness month, March has been greeted by #MindfulMarch and #LOVEYOURBRAIN has been launched this month to spread awareness on TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)  Kevin Pearce TBI survivor suffered a near fatal traumatic brain injury while training for the 2010 winter Olympics. Kevin’s remarkable resilience was documented and transformed into the award winning HBO Documentary, The Crash Reel which brought light to the experience of traumatic brain injuries. For more information on The Crash Reel, Love Your Brain Foundation and former pro-snowboarder Kevin Pearce click here


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