Jaimal Yogis’s dad explained his final wishes: “I’ve gotten so much from Buddhism for good living, I’m not going to pass up their tips for good dying.”
Jaimal Yogis, the author and surfer behind “Saltwater Buddha” and his forthcoming memoir, “All Our Waves Are Water,” on riding Buddhism’s three big waves.
After soldiering through his grief, Jaimal Yogis sat down, looked at his mind, and let the floodgates open. There were a lot of tears — but who said that’s a bad thing? Fear, sadness, grief, jealousy, and anger are like quicksand: resisting them in a sudden, knee-jerk way can make them much more troublesome. But […]
A follow up to his article “So Sad, No Problem,” that Saltwater Buddha author Jaimal Yogis shared of Sonam, a Tibetan Buddhist monk.
Roaming India after a painful breakup, Jaimal Yogis befriends a monk who teaches him an unexpected lesson about happiness.
With all that talk about “balance”, it’s tempting to make tenuous connections between the practice of Zen and the practice of surfing.
Jaimal Yogis, author of Saltwater Buddha, on the beauty of having nothing to lose.