Pleasure is always derived from something outside you, whereas joy arises from...– Eckhart Tolle (via lazyyogi)
In my life nothing goes wrong. When things seem to not meet my expectations, I...– Deepak Chopra (via terramantra)
Zen Won't Solve Your Problems (and Doesn't Have... →
dreaminginthedeepsouth: dasdingansich In “Actualizing the Fundamental Point” (Genjokoan), Dogen Zenji writes: Those who have great realization of delusion are buddhas; those who are greatly deluded about realization are sentient beings. Further, there are those who continue realizing beyond realization and those who are in delusion throughout delusion. When we first come to Zen...
Spiritual Warfare, by Jed McKenna →
Some interesting food for thought today. “More accurately, a pure white light of consciousness hits the prism of self and splits outward to become the universe as we experience it. If the prism of self is gray and murky with ignorance, choked with fear, contaminated with ego, then so becomes the universe that radiates out from it. It’s that simple.