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Scott Shaw
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Nirvana is, Right Now, where are you?

Nirvana is the state of grace where there is no longer any physical suffering, mental anguish, or unanswered questions. A grand and mind boggling concept – bigger almost than our ability to understand it. Yet, truly, small enough to package in a nutshell – because Nirvana is as we are, a truth we can let ourselves experience. Scott Shaw brings Nirvana home with 157 brief, spirited, inspiring meditations on the true presence of Nirvana.

“Let go of your desires, begin to embrace inner peace, and Nirvana will not be so distant, so desired, so far off. It will be who you are.”

157 Zen Meditations helps us see that enlightenment is a gift, a gift readily available for everyone – right here, right now. This is a cautionary book: “Nobody can give you Nirvana.” This is an encouraging book: “It’s a gift you give yourself.”

157 Zen Meditations is a small book that is liable to render big changes in how you see the world – and how it sees you. You’ll want to turn to it over and over again.

To pick up a hardcover copy of Scott Shaw's book, 157 Zen Meditationsl from its publisher in India click on the link.

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The new CD is out, Vishwambhari. 

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The title of this article at Rotten Tomatoes.com says it all. Wow, they put Roller Blade Seven in the same category as Road House. Unbelievable. :-) 

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Here's a piece that Publisher's Weekly did on The Warrior is Silent: Martial Arts and the Spiritual Path. 

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Here's a link to the site, vedicbooks.net where they sell Scott Shaw's book, Mastering Health the A to Z of Chi Kung. Published by New Age International, New Delhi, India. 

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Here a link to a site that explains Scott Shaw's biography in Hungarian. 

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Here's what I want for my birthday. A suitably sized wine glass. 
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Here's a great historic study that was originally done about fifteen or twenty years ago where it illustrates high ranking hapkido practitioners, 5th dan black belt and above, (including myself, Scott Shaw), our primary instructors, and our lineage to the source of Choi, Yong-Sool.

Remember to slide to the right as the webpage goes both up and down and left to right.

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If you haven't edited a movie with one of these you haven't lived. 
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