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Bodhidharma, called Damo by the Chinese, introduced specific Qi Gong exercises into the Shaolin Temple to assist the monks in recovering from long periods of stationary meditation. He also taught exercises from older systems that included Qi Gong (Breathing Exercises) and
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Section Brocade),
Your nature itself is pure and focused. It is just that you come into contact with objects, and as you come into contact....you become confused. When you are free of form and not confused, you are focused. To be free of form externally is 'Chan'. Not to be confused internally is 'meditation'. External Chan, and Internal Meditation is what we mean by "Chan Meditation"
- The Sixth Patriarch Hui-Neng
The Platform Sutra
“Regulate the Body, Regulate the breath, Regulate the Mind”
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This book is an example of how we can dedicate a small portion of our day to mindfulness. In this book, Master John Lambert recorded a haiku every day for 365 days, providing a window into his daily thoughts and reflections.
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