Posts Tagged ‘shadows’

Eye of the Dragon

A Dreamy-Dance of the Gandharvas, Are Fleeting-shadows that cannot be embraced. Thoughts of rightness or wrongness, Let them be gone with quick dispatch. The Eye of the Dragon does not sleep, Dreams evaporate under its nirvanic-stare. If Mind Recollects Its signature-watch, All the ten-thousand things reflect a singular-suchness Images of celestial-musicians piping a tune dissipate quickly before samsara’s incessantly roving-eye. Why give undue courtesy to worn-out circumstantial- Read more [...]

(9) Refuge

When there is suffering at hand and one’s imagination cannot find an answer, one should seek this answer in something more supreme and greater than this imagination. This essence, this vast mind, knows you better than you know yourself. It is therefore imperative that when you do not know what to do in times of darkness, focus the power of your whole mind, without the slightest doubt in a single-minded prayer that invites aid or more correctly, emancipating light from this essence, which Read more [...]

Shadows on the Wall

Thirty-two: Shadows on the Wall [Gemmell & Mu Soeng] The Lord Buddha addressed Subhuti, saying : "If a disciple, having immeasurable spheres filled with the seven treasures, bestowed these in the exercise of charity; and if a disciple, whether man or woman, having aspired to supreme spiritual wisdom, selected from this Scripture a stanza comprising four lines, then rigorously observed it, studied it, and diligently explained it to others; the cumulative merit of such a disciple would Read more [...]


When the adept’s perceptional faculties are regenerated, all discursive associations dissolve away like shadows disappearing into the deepening twilight. One awakens beyond the mundane affairs of the heavy-laden body consciousness into the boundless miracle of the deathless principle. There is no turning back; if one were to rekindle just one former attachment, then sweet union with the unborn is lost. All one need do is to allow this regeneration of one’s former pattern of existence to emerge. Read more [...]