Zen. Meditation. Inner Peace. Do we really need it? If so, how can we “get” it?
Perhaps you don’t think that you need it. After all, Zen can seem to be boring. An image of a Zen person sitting in meditation, unaffected by life’s dramas, might appear to be cold. Where is the passion? Excitement? And is desire really that bad?
What if I tell you being Zen is not about being disengaged in life, withdrawn, and impassionate? Instead, it’s about experiencing life in full awareness where you’re capable of embracing everything that life is offering you.
It’s all about the HOW. And the only way to know Zen is to experience Zen in daily life.
ZenLife Journal is a tool that supports you in doing just that. It’s about making Zen Wisdom relevant and applicable, guiding you on how to live from a Zen state of Being.
The Journal contains 26 undated weeks, one page for each day where you can use to plan mindfully or write your reflection. There is also space where you can write your focus on the day, whether it’s about “Today, I’m grateful for..” or “Today, I choose to…, or ” Today, I am willing to…”.
It’s also full of spiritual texts and quotes, written by me based on my experiences of Zen practice, as well as what comes to me when I’m in a meditative state of writing. Last but not least, it also features beautiful artworks from different artists for your contemplation.
The first edition of the Journal will be launched in December 2019 with artworks from a talented artist named Bhavana Gesota ( https://www.bhavanagesota.com ).
If you want to know about the launch, sign up for my ZenLetter at the end of this page, and you’ll get an email when it’s ready to be purchased.