The Zen and Tao of love

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The intention here is to learn to live life fully, with little or no unnecessary struggle. Doing this doesn’t require a label. It is love in action.

A core element of embracing love is the sitting meditation originating with the Soto School of Zen. This approach has come to be known as zazen. Also integrated into the heart of the Wisdom Path is the exploration of kōans as practiced in the Rinzai Zen School, and the altered states of consciousness associated with various aboriginal shamanic traditions. These unique states of consciousness often arise organically through deep introspection, meditation, and contemplation.

Takeaway

This love grows over time. we understand the different types of love out there, we can become conscious of how deep our connection is with ourselves and the other people in our lives.

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