EGOIC THOUGHTS AND PERCEPTIONS ARE POISONOUS…
WITHOUT EGOIC ASSESSMENTS,
WITHOUT TRYING TO BELIEVE
WHAT SO MANY HUMANS BELIEVE AS TRUTH….
THAT PASSETH EARTHLY UNDERSTANDING
∞...ALL IS WELL…∞
will set off a revolution.
The antidote to exhaustion is wholeheartedness.
~ Brother David Steindl-Rast
sees everywhere in nature
(as, e.g., ‘warm and cold’)
here there are, not opposites,
but differences of degree.
wanting to comprehend and analyse the inner world, too,
the spiritual-moral world,
in terms of such opposites.
harshness, estrangement, frigidity
has entered into human feelings
because we think we see opposites
instead of transitions.
The Wanderer and his Shadow
the last word that can never be spoken.
To each of us you reveal yourself differently:
to the ship as coastline,
to the shore as a ship.
—Rainer Maria Rilke
Trans. by Anita Barrows
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PRIMORDIAL CORE - ORIGINAL FREEDOM August 28, 2018
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A SEEMINGLY NEW LIFE
YET TRULY IT IS
THE ORIGINAL FREEDOM*
BEING’S PRIMORDIAL CORE
WU HSIN ORIGINAL WOMB
When one door of happiness closes,
but often we look so long at the closed door
that we do not see the one
which has been opened for us.
― Helen Keller
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The greatest shackle.
To be free is
To know that
One does not know.
Merely the absence of disturbance.
True peace cannot be disturbed;
It resides beyond the reach of disturbance.
The beauty on the surface of the ocean,
The immensity of its depths can
Never be discerned.
The first step on
A spiritual journey is to
The final step is
Losing one’s self.
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that means that reality is ultimately a seamless web,
and it is only our own idiosyncrasies
that direct us to divide it up into such arbitrary categories
as mind and body.
Thus, consciousness cannot be considered
fundamentally separate from matter,
any more than life can be considered as
fundamentally separate from non-life.
the individual self and the immortal Self
are perched on branches of the selfsame tree.
The former tastes of the sweet and bitter fruits of the tree;
tasting of neither,