Wholeheartedness Wholeheartedness is a precious gift, but no one can actually give it to you. You have to find the path that has heart and then walk it impeccably. In doing that, you again and again encounter your own uptightness, your own headaches, your own falling flat on your face. But in wholeheartedly practicing and wholeheartedly following that path, this[…]Read more
Category: Wake Up
Here we are discovering and pursuing our path of Awakening – Waking up to our True Nature. Seeing for ourselves what is knowable, verifiable and True.
Whatever our external circumstances, in the end happiness or unhappiness depends on the mind. Consider that the one companion whom we stay with, continually, day and night, is our mind. Would you really want to travel with someone who endlessly complains and tells you how useless you are, how hopeless you are; someone who reminds you of all the awful[…]Read more
Saṁsāra literally means “wandering-on.” Many people think of it as the Buddhist name for the place where we currently live—the place we leave when we go to nibbāna. But in the early Buddhist texts, it’s the answer, not to the question , “Where are we?” but to the question, “What are we doing?” Instead of a place, it’s a process:[…]Read more
“Impermanent are all compounded things….”
Impermanent are all compounded things. When one perceives this with true insight, then one becomes detached from suffering; this is the path of purification Dhammapada 20.277 Please follow and like us:Read more
Our Business is to Wake Up! Aldous Huxley “Waking up” is a way to reveal the opportunity for creative choice in every moment, helping us recognize the creative potential beyond the limits of our past. Mind precedes all things;mind is their chief, mind is their maker.If one speaks or does a deedwith a mind that is pure within,happiness then follows[…]Read more