The qualities of awakening – profound peace, luminosity, compassion, etc. – are naturally present as the true nature of mind – the Buddha nature. Here, we shall see how the natural state remains obscured and can be rediscovered.
The solidity that we attribute to our existence is similar to the solidity that we attribute to dreams while we are in the dream. This article explores the empty nature of reality in experiential terms through parallels between dream state and waking state
Thinley Norbu Rinpoche: “In the crystal mirror theater of awareness, mind the supreme artist, performs his magical displays, but rare is the clear insight audience capable of viewing this wisdom. ”
Kyabje Drubwang Pema Norbu Rinpoche (Penor Rinpoche) on how to understand emptiness as the nature of one’s own mind. From a teaching in 1999.
Whoever looks for me in form, whoever follows me as sound, Engaged in the mistaken endeavours, they do not see me. The Buddhas are seen as dharmata, the dharmakaya ofRead More…
Awakening beyond bias and concepts, into the naked and traceless nature of one’s awareness that sees reality as it is. One reaches there by letting go of Self and wiping out even the traces of awakening. All things are awakened. A teaching based on the Zen Master Dogen’s Genjōkōan
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!”