The gift of our wounds – Michael Stone on Becoming a Bodhisattva

Total
1
Shares

The gift of our wounds – Michael Stone

Shot & edited by Ian MacKenzie Support the REACTOR project. ianmack.com/reactor Transcription: “When you see an image of Guanyin, when you see an image of Kannon, when you see a sculpture of the Bodhisattva, she has a thousand arms. And in every arm, in every hand, there is a different tool.

This is truly a beautiful idea – from a beautiful soul.  Michael Stone was a great teacher – is deeply missed – and these are some of his wisest words captured in under 5 minutes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Do I Need a Mindfulness Coach?

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/dan-goleman/the-qualities-of-an-effec_b_4674091.html The central question right now for both long-time mindfulness practitioners and individuals and organizations looking for mindfulness training is: What m…
View Post