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A ring solely devoted to the writings of Dharmajim, aka Jim Wilson. Sutra Salon is where Dharmajim gets to talk about his favorite subject: the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. He has practiced as a monastic & as a layperson. He has served as Abbot of a Temple & a Prison Chaplain. During Dharmajimís 30 years of Buddhist study he has maintained a practice of contemplative reading of the Buddhist Sutras. The writings here reflect the multifaceted nature of Dharmajimís journey.
 

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   Two Good Dharma Friends Discuss the Lotus Sutra Preview Go
A delightful commentary by Jim Wilson in the form of a conversation between two friends visiting in a coffeehouse discussing the deathless in the Lotus Sutra, Middle Length Discourses, and Vajrayana.
   What's New in the Coffeehouse? Preview Go
A chronological listing of new additions to Nichiren's Interfaith Coffeehouse, one of the largest Buddhist archives on the internet: including LotusSutra.net, BuddhistInmates.net, Ryuei.net, CampRoss.net, Dharma-House.org and much more!
   Homepage for Dharmajim's Sutra Salon Preview Go
This is where Dharmajim gets to talk about his favorite subject: the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. Dharmajimís Buddhist journey is typical for a westerner. He studied in Zen, Theravada, Dzog Chen, and Nichiren Buddhism. Dharmajim has practiced as a monastic & as a layperson. He has served as Abbot of a Temple & a Prison Chaplain. The writings here reflect the multifaceted nature of his journey.


   Homepage for Dharmajim's Sutra Salon Preview Go
This is where Dharmajim gets to talk about his favorite subject: the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. Dharmajimís Buddhist journey is typical for a westerner. He studied in Zen, Theravada, Dzog Chen, and Nichiren Buddhism. Dharmajim has practiced as a monastic & as a layperson. He has served as Abbot of a Temple & a Prison Chaplain. The writings here reflect the multifaceted nature of his journey.






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