The Three Full Moons – “…. Though the full moon of that night too vanished, the moon light of awakening never waned. …” – A poetry on the three full moons of Vaisakha month associated with the Buddha’s life.
A poetry in homage to Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche). ” … The space of mind swirls up as playful maidens, the effortless play of spontaneous perfection! Perceptions turn into the mandala of awakening! In this wondrous display, I rest in evenness. … “
A poetry that explores the connection between the noble eight-fold path of the Buddha and the experience of non-dual non-conceptual awakening. “… In the withering away of the matrix of ego and concepts, Is the explosive joy of empty mind!”
A Homage to His Holiness Drubwang Pema Norbu Rinpoche (Penor Rinpoche), a great contemporary master of Buddhism. “… O, gentle and loving, the boundless expanse! … as a cool breeze that dissolved ego’s hardness. … the youthfulness of naked awareness!”
A reflection on the life of the Buddha. “… You forewent the kingdom … rising beneath the Bodhi Tree, you became the king of kings! … The beautiful groves that kings offered … you turned them into gardens of peace, … cradles of human awakening! …
Way of Bodhi – a poem on the open journey to awakening: ” … Let the warmth of bodhi melt the borders! Let us walk together in that great expanse! …”
Freedom – a poetry by Yogi Prabodha Jnana, exploring various aspects of freedom – outer and inner. The ultimate freedom comes from inner expanse. ” … Fetters of emotions turn into a play of joyous compassion! Clouds of confusion dissolve in the clear expanse! …”