the old world of refletion vs the new world of agitation

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the old world of refletion vs the new world of agitation Lilith Le FayPortugal47
Japanese Buddhist monk, alms bowl, Kinhin or walking meditation FergusFrance47
Why agitation? I read the whole movie as showing the beauty and agony of both worlds. There is an anti-industrial/materialist message I think, but it also shows how the "natural" world is not so different from the "human"/new world. MuHere27
China, meditation step by step JoannaPoland25
Tokyo, Japan Mr. ChrisCalifornia, USA24
Lilith is correct joshbali24
futility of time as a huma creation wallvancouver, canada23
Buddhist monk, new york city, in walking meditation PatCanada22
zen monk danielleNY2
This is a monk, and what he's doing is a...
This is a monk, and what he's doing is a form of penance. Again, not sure on the details here, sorry.
GnomeSliceCanada
the practice of total prescence
the practice of total prescence. the bell draws back the mind to the present so that each step may be experienced individually. it most certainly is NOT a non-verbal commentary on the surroundings. that would be uncharactoristic.
ickyrascalifornia

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