Post title: Mind Like a Wall
(Aug 10 2013 at 09:00 PM)
I think I can describe setting up mindfulness of proprioception a little better.
Checking in with pitch, yaw, and roll wherever I feel my awareness to be can be useful, provided at the same time I am open to the possible movement of awareness (movement that can take place without any physical movement).
I find that a sense of movement forward and back, side to side, and around to the left and right is always present with my sense of location, and a little effort to distinguish the directio
Post title: What I'm Saying
(Jul 23 2013 at 11:58 AM)
'Ungan asked Dogo, "What use does the great Bodhisattva of Compassion make of all those hands and eyes?" Dogo said, "It is like a person straightening the pillow with outstretched hands in the middle of the night." Ungan said, "I have understood." Dogo said, "How do you understand?" Ungan said, "All over the whole body is hands and eyes." Dogo said, "You have had your say, but you have only given eight-tenths of the truth." Ungan said, "How would you put it?" Dogo said, "Throughout the whole bod
Post title: Discrete as Opposed to Infinite Reality
(Jul 10 2013 at 12:04 PM)
The enlightenment of Gautama, later called "the Buddha", concerned the nature of suffering- is it not so?
What is relevant to the experience of suffering is that the continuity of consciousness and the consequent impression of self are illusory, that in fact consciousness exists only in connection with sense organ and sense object, and that close attendance on sense organ, sense object, consciousness, impact, and feeling can bring about conditions conducive to the cessation of ignorance and t
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