“If you light a lamp for someone else it will also brighten your path …” ~ Buddha
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..the secret truth is that art is useless… Its “purpose” is to delight with its purposelessness, to demonstrate that in our lives of “getting and spending” there must be one thing without utilitarian value. ~ Henry Shukman
Thankfulness is the soul of beneficence …
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When you deeply accept this moment as it is …
no matter what form it takes …
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This is a training in not meditating, a training in naturalness, in letting be.” Tulku Urgyen
Stillness Speaks is pleased to offer the fifth chapter, Five Hallmarks of Universal Non-dualism, from Philip Renard’s book Non-Dualism: Eastern Enlightenment in the World of Western Enlightenment which provides an in-depth exploration of non-duality. In Part 1, Renard explored the first two hallmarks of nondualism: Awareness and No-mind. In this post, Renard covers the remaining three.read more
Perhaps there is a parallel between the artist wrestling with his medium, bending it to the shape he seeks, and a dharma practitioner wrestling with the equally intractable medium of the “self,” which she strives to see for what it is.
Meditation doesn’t promise anything.
It isn’t a strategy.
It simply is.
~ Robert Rabbin
Enjoy one of Robert’s 48 sutras for Modern Mystics (Strategies) from his book The Explosive Silence of Meditation … includes downloadable content.read more
All form existing in the world exists in consciousness. All degrees of good and evil, all experience of freedom and lack of it exist entirely in consciousness. ~ Philip Renard
Stillness Speaks is pleased to offer the fifth chapter, Five Hallmarks of Universal Non-dualism, from Philip Renard’s book Non-Dualism: Eastern Enlightenment in the World of Western Enlightenment which provides an in-depth exploration of non-duality.read more