December 18, 2009 § 4 Comments
As Eckhart Tolle put it; “if we do not take the time to stop and quietly contemplate the now, we will never be able to find peace. Thus only in the stillness we might comprehend all movement in the world. However, even surrounded by the most deafening noise, serenity may arise… If we embrace the present moment simply as it is.”
December 17, 2009 § 1 Comment
In the same way that hands, in all their actions, display the intention of a mind moving them. Is in the awareness of the inner Self when and where the thinking becomes truly inspired.
Recognizing so at this very time and place, can’t but invite your real being to witness body and mind. Setting pure consciousness free to know itself, even while notices or leads any fleeting thought.
December 1, 2009 § 2 Comments
When sunrise lights the soul and illusion just dissolves,
Countless bitter tears are forever lost in fresh rainfall.
“The desire of a thoughtlessly living man grows like a creeper.
Drifts from one life to another, like a monkey looking for fruit in the forest.
When one is overcome by this wretched, clinging desire in the world,
one’s sorrows increase like grass growing up after a lot of rain.
But when one masters this wretched desire, which is so hard to overcome,
then one’s sorrows just drop off, like a drop of water…”