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Holiday Vegetarian Workshop

A delicious vegetarian menu to surprise your family for the holidays! Chef Miguel De Haro teaches inspiring vegetarian holiday fare.                     The dishes for this workshop are:   Appetizers   - Sweet Potato Chips - Beet Hummus - Eggplant "montaditos" with romescu sauce   Main Dishes   - Almond Holiday Soup - Mushrooms and tofu cannelloni with curry bechamel sauce   Desserts- Traditional Spanish Christmas delights - Coconut "Nevaditos" - "Polvores" Workshop runs from 9am til 1pm ...

Family Karma

From a talk at the Seoul International Zen Center Question: Recently I saw a calligraphy of yours in the U.S. which said, “Freedom from family karma.” What does this mean? Why is this important?   Zen Master Seung Sahn: The basis of the family is emotion. Emotional connections make the family. But, emotion and love are different. Emotion means opposites feeling: like/dislike, good/bad, mine/yours. Love means there are no opposites–only giving, giving, giving–always giving. Understanding is in our head; emotions are in the heart. Our center–the tantien–is just below the navel. If you ...

Try Mind

Some years ago in Korea, there lived a very devout Buddhist family. In his home, the father had a small room set up for meditation. He also had two teenage daughters. The older one was very responsible and always did the right thing. However, the younger one was quite wild. Perhaps today that would not seem so odd, but back then it was unheard of. She’d sneak out at night, go dancing, drinking, sleeping around—the whole nine yards. The older sister was always on her case about it, but the father was very kind to the younger daughter. Finally the older daughter went to the father and complained, “She’s no good, she does all ...