Reading the old European philosophers – usually from Descartes onwards – is an interesting activity but is like sieving through the cold ashes of thought
If the Buddha’s path is reduced to the correct perception of ‘void’ and ’form’, then it is the task of the Chinese Ch’an School to
The Chinese ideogram ‘天’ (tian1) is an ancient character which dates back to the Bone Oracle Period of around 2000 BCE in China (i.e. during
Out of the body experiences are fairly common throughout Western cultures, and are not unheard of in cultures from other parts of the world. Indeed,
There is so much mystery to be understood in the material world, that inventing other realities is not necessary. We, as a species have perceived the atom, peered inside it and realised its ethereal nature.
The Chinese ideogram ‘精’ (jing1) dates back to the Seal Characters standardised during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and the Han Dynasties (206 BCE-220 CE)