Monday 22 October 2018

Site-Wide Activity Forums Living Room Monday Nembutsu Monday 22 October 2018

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  • #3101

    Monday Nembutsu today. My day off from work and a lovely morning with my youngest granddaughter. Soft play and lunch. Felt very fortunate.

    Namo Amida Bu.

  • #3102

    Johnathan Robertson

    Went into church for a little bit to clean up after a memorial event. Looking forward to my new classes that start today.

    Namo Amida Bu

  • #3103


    Looking back at things since I started nembutsu practice I can’t deny how it has affected, changed me and my responses to life and how I live it . The mistake I suppose was looking and waiting for that kensho moment and had been told that it can be like that or a bit by bit  thang that you recognise upon reflection. I only started in March and have been performing nembutsu and the odd diy one day retreat  and apart from always enjoying the practice and whatever comes up  certain skins/layers of mine have definitely  begun to shed. This fills me with Absoloute confidence and faith in nembutsu to which I gently hold to dearly .

    just sayin

  • #3107

    Good to check in here, a little later than Monday – and wonderful to hear of your ongoing experience of nembutsu, Ken. I often think of the Dharma of being like very fine rain – you don’t always notice it coming down, but before long you’re soaked!

    I’ve set the day aside here for writing, which I’m trying to do more regularly – it works well. I’m enjoying writing my book on Pureland refuge, it feels like an act of taking refuge whenever I work on it.

    Looking forward to our evening of Indian music on Sunday, we’ll post the video for those who can’t make it. Love to all, Namo Amida Bu.

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