Dhamma & more …

Die wahre Natur unseres Wesens ist
unbeschreiblich, unfassbar und unbegrenzt …

Einfach überweltlich!


Wenn du akzeptierst, dass Einsamkeit
kein versäumtes Leben ist, sondern ein Moment
der Stille und des Innehaltens,
werden sich dir neue Wege erschliessen.

Einsamkeit – Jando

„The Tao doesn’t take sides; it gives birth to both yin and yang. All is welcome, both light and dark.“

– Lao Tzu

All is welcome – Lao Tzu

„II. 54: When consciousness interiorizes by uncoupling from external objects, the senses do likewise; this is called withdrawal of the senses.“

„I. 4: Otherwise, awareness takes itself to be the patterns of consciousness.“

„II. 20: Pure awareness is just seeing, itself; although pure, it usually appears to operate through the perceiving mind.“

“IV. 23: Then, consciousness can be colored by both pure awareness and the phenomenal world, thereby fulfilling all its purposes.

“IV. 34: Freedom is at hand when the fundamental qualities of nature, each of their transformations witnessed at the moment of its inception, are recognized as irrelevant to pure awareness; it stands alone, grounded in its very nature, the power of pure seeing. That is all.”

– Patanjali

Yogasutras – Patanjali

Look at the real nature of the harm that is done to you. It is as elusive as a drawing on water. Let your resentment subside by itself. When the stormy waves of thoughts have vanished, the mind becomes like the cloudless sky that has nothing to win or lose.

Nature – Shechen Gyaltsap

„Du selber machst die Zeit, das Uhrwerk sind die Sinnen, hemmst du die Unruh nur, so ist die Zeit von hinnen.“

– Angelus Silesius

Unruh – Angelus Silesius