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Buddhadharma : Spring 2015
32 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly spring 2 0 1 5 I was south of Tamil Nadu, India, dreaming. My bed was on fire and I was lying in it. Blue flames shot up around me and I became frightened that I would burn to death. I antici- pated the pain and suffering. But I did not burn away. I did not feel any pain or suffering. The flame continued and I just lay there in the blue flames. The body had transformed from its material self into an existence beyond. Going beyond into another existence was not the spiritual awakening. The body coming through the fire and not around it was the awakening for me. The Wisdom in My Bones After years of wrestling with the pain of racism and discrimination, Zenju Earthlyn Manuel discovers a deep tenderness within that points a way to liberation.