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Sunjye Setting Stones on Stones

We were coming around the corner when we spotted Sunjye, pronounced sun-jay, putting the finishing touches on balancing the top stone. Perfect. Before I had a chance to whip out my camera, he was already fishing for the next stone.

We've seen this before, but it is not always that you get the chance to see it happening in action (er, yeah, disregard the divide between Tanja's photo taking skills and mine, please). I asked Sunjye what the secret was. In the coolest, meditative voice, he said, "It's just like learning how to stand".

Simultaneously relaxed and enthusiastic, Sunjye explained how all one needs is to hone their perceptions of balance through persistence. I have a feeling all the patience in the world is not going to get those rocks from falling on my feet, if I tried this at home.


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