The Zen Life
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The Zen Life

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Your unknown

“Making your unknown known is the important thing, and keeping the unknown always beyond you—atching—crystallizing your simpler clearer vision of life… that you must always keep working to grasp.”
— Georgia O’Keefe

Have you ever noticed this most interesting thing?

We tend to keep around us that which we agree with and know while we keep away from us that which we disagree with and don’t…

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What is it like to train in a Zen monastery as a Zen Buddhist monk? How are the lessons learned there relevant to you and your life? How can you bring mindfulness, compassion, and awareness into your day?

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Alex Mill

Alex Mill

I trained in a Zen monastery for nearly 14 years. Now, I offer my extensive experience to transform people’s lives & businesses through timeless Zen principles.

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