Posts Tagged ‘form’

This is the destiny of most sentient minds…

Desire-Thought-Function. The creation of one enables the latter, ad-infinitum. From the first to the last and from the last back to the first. This is depicted in the image above showing the minds many, many ways and ability to manifest this process in its countless permutations, all of them without the slightest flaw, or mercy, prolonging the presence of Samsara and not Nirvana in the mind´s  own reality, the Dharmakaya. Hence where there is Dharmakaya, the mind sees and experiences Samsara Read more [...]

The mind of 84,000 hooks.

This is the sole gospel of Mara, the Evil One, so pay careful attention; Within each seed granted your self, there is a promise of a beautiful flower. One of completeness and bliss or even vengeance and destruction. In the end, when all things are said and done and you find yourself confused and suffering try to recall that pure evil dwells not in any of these positions of the divided Mind; but solely in the Body of Perfect Deception. Once upon a time, in a realm and reality, Read more [...]

Supplication and Vowed Fidelity

Thus have I heard. Once the Buddha was dwelling in the garden of Anāthapindada, in the Jeta Grove, near Śrāvastī. At that time, King Prasenajit and Queen Mallikā of Kosala had just had an initial realization of the Dharma. They said to each other, "Our daughter, Srīmālā, is kind, intelligent, learned, and wise. If she could see the Tathāgata, she would be quick to understand the profound Dharma and would have no doubt about it whatsoever. We should now send an eloquent messenger to her Read more [...]

The Realm of Suchness

(Hakeda) THE ESSENCE ITSELF AND THE ATTRIUBUTES OF SUCHNESS, OR THE MEANING OF MAHĀ A.The Greatness of the Essence of Suchness  [The essence of Suchness] knows no increase or decrease in ordinary men, the Hīnayānists, the bodhisattvas, or the buddhas. It was not brought into existence in the beginning nor will it cease to be at the end of time; it is eternal through and through.  Mind is Perfect-Suchness in an endless bravura of actuosity. In IT is no beginning or end. It Read more [...]

The Enlightenment Game

2013.globalgamejam.org/ Aspects of Enlightenment (Hakeda) (1) Original Enlightenment: The essence of the Mind is free from thoughts. The characteristic of that which is free from thoughts is analogous to that of the sphere of empty space that pervades everywhere. The one [without any second, i.e., the absolute] aspect of the World of Reality (dharma-dhātu) is none other than the undifferentiated Dharmakāya, the “Essence-body” of the Tath1gata. [Since the essence of Mind is] grounded Read more [...]

The Worm of Attachment

Michael Page “There is not one among the good teachers from ancient times up to the present who hasn't said that there is no Buddha existing outside of the mind. Though it is clear from this that all phenomena are delusion, I am not able to let go of the belief in the existence of phenomena. Is this a result of lingering habits from my mind?"  Bassui: "You are unable to dismiss lingering habits simply because you are not looking into your own nature. If you clearly penetrate this truth Read more [...]

The Pure Lands

Bassui had the distinction of empowering others to see beyond their literal notions of the Buddha Pure Lands. However he would not make the attempt if the inquirers were exclusively attached to the phenomenal world and incapable of seeing beyond it. For those who were in earnest, i.e., who could see beyond phenomenal categories with the clear-light of zen, he would engage them with that clear-understanding. The following are extracted portions from his Pure-Land Dialogs. “Western direction Read more [...]

Notes from the Iron Stupa: Epilogue

Stupa Image from the Doog Diaries The Black Ngagspa lost all evil intent after witnessing Schäfer’s Vajrasattvic Empowerment—indeed, it was as if the Sacred Action had suctioned-off any and all residuals of malice—and his role in the scheme of the evil Lord of Agarthi was apparently over, but for one thing…in a twisted maneuver his former Dark Lord had been witnessing these events unfold nearby—such was his astral prowess. He may have lost his novice to the Buddhaic-Light, but he Read more [...]

Flight of the Phoenix

The Tibetan monk-yogin who had led the group to the cave was in actuality a Bön wizard known as a ngagspa. But he was a Black Ngagspa, formed in the Dark and Forbidden Arts, and his intent upon this Nazi-financed expedition was to seek-out the Vril-ya—descendents of a purported antediluvian civilization who lived in deep subterranean caverns in the heart of Tibet—and obtain from them the all-powerful “Vril”, a mystically-charged fluid that could be shaped and harnessed to do the will Read more [...]

The Quest

Nearby Hitler’s bunker in late April of 1945, the advancing Russians were weaving their way through battered Berlin when they discovered in the deep cellar of an abandoned building six dead Tibetans lying together in a form of ritual circle; at the center of the circle was a Tibetan monk wearing green gloves… Between the months of April 1938 and August 1939, the Nazi SS biologist-zoologist Ernst Schäfer was appointed by Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler to lead an expedition to Tibet Read more [...]
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