The interior of the brain (as the ‘mind’) is infinite in its ability to imagine, but none of what it imagines is a) real, or
Lu Ji (261-303) – formal birth-name ‘Shi Heng’ (士衡) or ‘Scholar of Weight’ – and was a native of Wu Town, in Wu County (now
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!
Dear Gillian When I sit quietly, reality is a direct experience. It is deep, loving, caring and boundless. There is a ‘source’ but language cannot
Rule St Beedict – Chapter 7 Obviously, this I the actual (unchanged) text of Chapter 7 of the Rule of St Benedict. I find its
If the Buddha’s path is reduced to the correct perception of ‘void’ and ’form’, then it is the task of the Chinese Ch’an School to