Category Archives: Meditations

Meditation: One

This photo of Earth displays the quality of shared existence and non-distinction. The atmosphere little by little blends with universal space, the clouds – seen from above them – reveal the rolling currents of moisture that they are, and no … Continue reading

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Meditation: behind the usual is potential and the profound

“No eyes, no ears, no nose, no tongue, no body, no mind,” reminds us that we are vastly more than our senses and that assumed reality is too. What one sees, for example, is described in one’s mind by the … Continue reading

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Meditation: the senses

    Our friend mirrors much to us.         “No eyes, no ears, no nose, no tongue, no body, no mind.” (Heart Sutra) Would one’s perception change if the relationship to one’s senses changed? If so, how … Continue reading

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Meditation: aspirations

What are your aspirations? For yourself, for the world, for others? Even if one’s meditation practice begins for personal, self-focused reasons, meditation will always lead beyond one’s self. This is because meditation is a mirror. We begin looking into our … Continue reading

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Meditation: simple awareness

Repeatedly, I am struck by how simple Truth is. Big T Truth has certain features; little t truth does not share them. Big T Truth is permanent and without exception, it cannot be manipulated, and denying big T Truth might … Continue reading

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