Scientists Believe We May Well Remain Conscious During Our Own Death Part of my ongoing academic study of Spiritual Metaphysics is to keep an eye
None of this madness indicates the empty mind ground.
Going places changes scenery in-front and behind…
But perception remains non-purified and shallow.
It is better to say that none of these words contain any structure!
‘We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning…’ Jean Baudrillard: Simulacra and Simulation, University of Michigan
The interface between Ch’an Buddhist practice and Christian practice is that of contemplative prayer. Contemplative prayer is preferably ‘silent’, and comprised of a single, meaningful, one-syllable word.
What follows describes a ‘moment’ of the mind and its awareness. This ‘moment’ is timeless and could be hinted at by ‘silence’, or one, two
There it is. Reality as the Buddha perceived it, explained through the expert use of words that appear to transcend the dynamics of language. All