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RE: [DallasYiJing] Change and Impermanence, and the poem "The Dakini Speaks"

From: Shawn
Sent on: Monday, August 29, 2011 10:38 AM
Actually, I wouldn't mind seeing it again also!  I've probably got it squirreled away in a folder somewhere but I have rather a lot of clutter in my mail folders lately (another "to do" thing)

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From: justin <[address removed]>
Subject: RE: [DallasYiJing] Change and Impermanence, and the poem "The Dakini Speaks"
To: [address removed]
Date: Monday, August 29, 2011, 10:35 AM

Hi craig; on saturday you and shawn were talking about one man's method for getting ready to sit in lotus position. Could you send me that link/info? Thanks, justin


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From: Craig Anthony Leger
Sent: 8/25/2011 4:51:53 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [DallasYiJing] Change and Impermanence, and the poem "The Dakini Speaks"
What is the relationship between change and impermanence?
 
We are studying the Classic of Changes. Is there any connection between Daoist understanding of change, and the Buddhist teaching about impermanence?
 
I have been listening to this talk by Spring Washam these last couple of weeks on impermanence and change.  (I have probably listened to it three or four times by now.) Spring Washam begins with a poem by Joyce Wellwood called "The Dakini Speaks"
 
Spring Washam is funny, and light-hearted, even though she is talking about impermanence, a subject that most people treat with undue grimness. She talks about how everything in life is always changing, and why that can help us to see how beautiful and precious life is.
 
You can see a brief bio of Spring Washam here:
 
You can listen to Spring Washam's talk in streaming audio with this link: http://www.audiodharma.org/talks/audio_player/2525.html
 
 
I am eager to hear your comments on the poem and on the talk by Spring Washam.
 
Also, don't forget about our meeting this Saturday:
 
Craig
 




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