We were going through some shirts and found some rare gems that haven’t been available for a minute. We will be dropping a few of these rarities this week! VERY limited numbers so if you want one watch out for our posts this week!
One day there was an earthquake that shook an entire Zen temple. Parts of it even collapsed! Many of the monks were terrified.
When the earthquake stopped, the teacher said, "Now you have had the opportunity to see how a Zen man behaves in a crisis situation. You may have noticed that I did not panic. I was quite aware of what was happening and what to do. I led you all to the kitchen, the strongest part of the temple. It was a good decision, because you see we have all survived without any injuries. However, despite my self-control and composure, I did feel a little bit tense - which you may have deduced from the fact that I drank a large glass of water, something I never do under ordinary circumstances."
One of the monks smiled, but didn't say anything.
"What are you laughing at? asked the teacher.
"That wasn't water," the monk replied, "it was a large glass of soy sauce."
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Trata-se de um símbolo da fé, de origem supostamente Islâmica. Hamsá literalmente “cinco”, referindo-se aos cinco dedos da mão). É um objeto com a aparência da palma da mão com cinco dedos estendidos, usado popularmente não só como um amuleto contra o mau olhado, mas também para afastar as energias negativas e trazer felicidade, sorte e fortuna.
Ela é uma mão simétrica, cujo polegar e o mindinho são idênticos e apontam para os lados e para o horizonte, e o dedo médio é o eixo de simetria. Existem evidências arqueológicas do uso da hamsá como um escudo contra o mau-olhado já antes do Judaísmo e do Islã. Há indícios de que a hamsá seria um símbolo fenício, associado a Tanit, deusa de Cartago.
Les classes reprennent leur court normal, excepté pour les cours de Giulia qui sera absente durant un mois.
Vous trouverez le planning sur le site web et sur la porte du Shala. Je vous attend avec enthousiasme.
Ne ratez pas le concert de Sitar de Denis Teste le samedi 12 mai à 20h, une véritable invitation au voyage intérieur.
C’est avec le même enthousiasme pour la musique que nous pourrons développer ce type d’événement à l’avenir.
N’hésitez pas à m’envoyer vos suggestions.
Bonne pratique à vous tous,
Om Nama Shivaya
Classes resume their normal run, except for Giulia's classes which will be absent for a month.
You will find the schedule on the website and on the Shala door. I am waiting for you with enthusiasm.
Do not miss the Sitar concert by Denis Teste on Saturday, May 12th at 8pm, a true invitation to the inner journey.
It is with the same enthusiasm for music that we can develop this type of event in the future.
Feel free to send me your suggestions.
Good practice to you all,
Om Nama Shivaya