Inspiration


The Buddha project

The goal of the Buddha Project was to find and photograph some of the most unique and beautiful Buddha statues throughout Asia: those that are unique in color, decay or texture, and have something that set them apart. This 6,000 mile journey led me through six countries, forty-two cities and nineteen caves. Here are seven of my favorite Buddhas, in the order I photographed them. After arriving in some of these magnificent locations, I just sat and cleared my mind to take it all in … a sense of real serenity. BUDDHA COVERED WITH MONKEYS The setting in Lopburi, Thailand, is what really enticed me to photograph this......

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The stillness paradox

The stillness paradox

In 2017, KAMLESH D. PATEL continues his series on the evolution of consciousness, with an article on the paradox of stillness that manifests with an expanding and evolving consciousness. THE SCIENCE OF SPIRITUALITY Series:...

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Buddhism

Buddhism in Myanmar

The main religion among the 50 million inhabitants of Myanmar is Theravada Buddhism, and in traditional society the monastery is the center of village life. People are expected to follow the five basic virtues...

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Flow

Flow & equilibrium

How do flow and equilibrium create either dynamism or stagnation in nature and within our inner state? VICTOR KANNAN explores these ideas, to explain how we can remain dynamic and at the same time...

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Zero interference

Zero interference

Seaweed embedded on the beach of a North Sea island after a heavy storm. Uprooted from the ocean, washed onto the shore, dried in the sun, largely covered by sand, transformed into calligraphy. One...

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COLLECTOR'S EDITION 2016