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The Paradox of "Practice"

¬† Mind itself – that is, the nature of awakened mind –
is pure like space, and so is without
birth or death, pleasure or pain.

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Here Now

I am faithful to my early morning rising,
I am faithful to the call to silence,
I Am.
That is enough. It is all I want. 151 more words


Beyond the mind, beyond thought, beyond feeling, there is a beautiful timeless place where all is known!

Lao Tzu’s poetic text ‘Tao Te Ching’ is built around the concept of ‘spaciousness’. One of the example that he uses is that of the space within the pot – we do not actually use the clay of the pot, rather the clay creates a useable space in which we can put what we like. 571 more words


tough love

Tough Love? Because most readers will find the contents of this post confronts their comfort-zone. Like happened here when I first encountered these notions. I won’t be surprised if you unfollow this blog, but I’d nonetheless love to think that you’ll take a look for yourself. 759 more words

A Savage Wisdom

Now You're Cooking

There is a time, when for a second we wake up!
‘I’ falls away

All is open spacious

There is unlimited energy

It may just last a second… 19 more words

Between Our Ears