Loneliness – a golden opportunity

Relaxing with something as familiar as loneliness is good discipline for realizing the profundity of the unresolved moments of our lives. We are cheating ourselves when we run away from the ambiguity of loneliness…..when you wake up in the morning and out of nowhere comes the heartache of alienation and loneliness, could you use that... Continue Reading →

It’s no big deal

A genuine approach to meditation is designed to experience life as it is, beyond spiritual materialism, beyond the goal-oriented attitude of ego. Meditating isn’t particularly a big deal. So you shouldn’t make a big deal about what happens in your meditation. It is part of your daily existence. You wouldn’t make a big deal about... Continue Reading →

We do not have to be ashamed

Before we speak of liberation or freedom, we need to discuss the basis of the Buddhist path, which is confusion. It is important to begin by considering the development of what in the Buddhist tradition is called “ego.” This may sound pejorative, but we do not have to be ashamed of what we are. Although... Continue Reading →

Perhaps! in giving lies abundance

A sense of depravity..poverty almost always seem to linger in mind. I ‘m not enough or do not have enough of this or that…a sense of unfulfillment seem to linger on endlessly. After consciously becoming aware of this unsettledness one starts to make many endeavors to fulfill it - new possessions or new experiences …... Continue Reading →

Things are as they are

If you are able to relax—relax to a cloud by looking at it, relax to a drop of rain and experience its genuineness—you can see the unconditionality of reality, which remains very simply in things as they are, very simply. When you are able to look at things without saying, “This is for me or... Continue Reading →

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