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Buddhadharma : Fall 2012
FALL 2 0 1 2 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 51 NICOLASSCHOSSLEITNER Sore Hoomiruwa Soku Waga mi o miru Seeing Dharma in itself is Seeing one’s own self. — attributed to the buddha A sangha person is like a migratory bird. Even in stormy weather, still the migrating bird can fly. Where are we going on this flight? Why are we practitioners? To sit together without talking, like many small airplanes landing and taking off together, at the same moment, same place—we are like those migratory birds. Gassho Mudra means “identity.” The appearance of form, color, and shape along with your rec- ognition of a flower or candle together makes an identity. In the mudra of anjali (in Japanese called gassho) with palms together, all kinds of dualism—man and woman, past and future, par- ent and child, teacher and student—they all come