About six years ago,I was shopping for books online and a book called "Zen Guitar" by Philip T. Sudo caught my eye. I ordered it,and read part of it. It was fascinating and approached guitar from an entirely different level. While his Zen method can be applied to any instrument, the author was a guitarist and focused on presenting the musical Zen methods from that reference point.
Over the years,I had kept my copy of the book,and I picked it up again fairly recently. Then I had discovered Philip had passed back in 2002. My first attempt at reading it was smothered at the time by my having a job in a most emotionally toxic place of employment. I was just starting my journey into New Thought and hadn't started studying A Course In Miracles yet,so I had allowed my then supervisor's and certain co-workers bullying me throw me totally off my learning from the Zen book.
I quit that job,gradually got myself together with the help of reading Hay House authors,and I was led back to the Zen Guitar book again.
It dawned on me this would be a wonderful way of being when playing ukulele. So I'm offering this method of playing and being to my readers,a cyber dojo if you will. I have always been drawn to Buddhist teachings,and I'm hoping you find the writings to come to be most helpful.