From Beast Bloggers Camp, Tech Liminal, Oakland, October 24, 2009
Search Engine Optimization Best Practices: Scot Hacker, UC Berkeley
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It’s sometimes fast, always Slow, deafeningly quiet and a metaphor for life.
“In Zen practice we want our intuition — our universal self — to come forth,” says Berkeley Zen Center abbot, Sojun Mel Weitsman Roshi. “When you’re doing simple tasks [like peeling broccoli or breaking lettuce into bite-size bits], your body, mind, the broccoli, the knife, your hand, the breath, are all involved. When you keep bringing your attention back to what you’re doing — when you are simply one with your activity — it’s the same as sitting zazen.”