Shugen Roshi on Equanimity, Emotions, and Walking Meditation!
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Shugen Roshi (Geoffrey Arnold) speaks to MWS students on Equanimity, Emotions, and Walking Meditation!
So the Buddha said that everything we can see or hear, smell, taste, touch, or even think is impermanent… and that’s true of everything. That’s the way things are made. It has to do with how everything is kind of put together. In fact, he said everything that is put together is going to come apart. Everything that rises is going to fall. Everything that gathers in is going to disperse. When you hear that, does that sound like a good thing or a bad thing? Doesn’t that make you glad?