Monthly Archives: February 2016

Nobu gives talk on Gakudoyojinshu in Japanese, February 9th 2016

Non-Buddhists awake from hibernation, and Setchin gives talk on Gakudoyojinshu in Japanese, February 8th 2016

New activity on some non-buddhist blogs:

Tutteji Wachtmeister
“Over the past couple of years there has been a tremendous outpouring of compassion, concern and curiosity from the Transintegral™ community regarding its founder and main teacher, Tutteji Wachtmeister. As we all know, Tutteji entered a solitary, personal retreat in early 2014, and for the past couple of years the beloved guide, considered by many as “the smartest guru alive” and “the thinking man’s Ken Wilber”, has not given any public teachings.
Until now.
We are incredibly excited to announce that Tutteji Dai Osho is back and has resumed leadership of the Transintegral Zen™ Sangha and the entire Transintegral community. At his side is an extremely talented, vibrant community of newly transmitted Dharma teachers and we can expect a virtual avalanche of updated, fun and profitable teachings right from the frothy frontlines of cutting-edge spiritual evolution.”

Speculative Non-Buddhism – an experiment in creative criticism
“Is there hope after all? If you are as excited as I am about Tutteji’s re-emergence from his dark night of transintegral metemschizoidseelewanderung in the cosmic markets (or wherever the hell he’s been), then please remember to donate to the Tutteji Gratitude Fund. I hope you’ll all join me in a hearty long live the Wachmeister, master of brainwaves and market fluctuations! God and Ken Wilber know we need him!” (by Glenn Wallis)

Lines of Flight
“Things have slowed down a bit here. Only three or four visits a day, almost no comments. So what better time to attempt a somewhat more self-indulgent post?
I’m posting the first section of a draft of a novel I’m working on. Or, have just about finished and am trying to revise. Or […]

Jinen questions Mui: “How can you continue your practice?”, February 7th 2016

First half in Japanese, second half in English: