Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Paradox of Inherent Perfection

Monk protests: “But Master, yesterday you said that Mind is Buddha.” Ma Tsu: “That was like offering yellow leaves to a child and telling him it is gold — just to stop his crying.” Monk: “And what about when the … Continue reading

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The Mechanics of Unhappiness

“Fear is the energy which contracts, closes down, draws in, runs, hides, hordes, harms. Love is the energy which expands, opens up, sends out, stays, reveals, shares, heals. Fear wraps our bodies in clothing, love allows us to stand naked. … Continue reading

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Just Be

“The mind is not other than Buddha. Buddha is not other than sentient being. When mind assumes the form of a sentient being, it has suffered no decrease; when it becomes a Buddha it adds nothing to itself.” ~Huang Po … Continue reading

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