Dhammas Koans: Every day meditation.


(from wikipedia) Kōan (公案) (/ˈkoʊæn, -ɑːn/;[1] Chinese: 公案; pinyin: gōng'àn, [kʊ́ŋ ân]; Korean: 화두, whadoo; Vietnamese: công án) is a story, dialogue, question, or statement which is used in Zen practice to provoke the "great doubt" and to practice or test a student's progress in Zen.

Dhammas Koan (dhKoan):

dhKoans is a daily meditative exercise. A random algorithm selects two books and two pages from a collection (link to the collection) and, based on two different (and sometimes conflicting) ideas, I write the koan. The graphic support consists of a photo of the horizon of the day itself (1/6 of the horizon and the rest of the sky).

How to use the koans as a meditative practice.