LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE?

Looking For A Miracle?

Don’t miss the real one.
It turns ordinary beings into Buddhas
And awakens those who are dreaming.

A miracle is a welcomed consequence. A miracle needs evidence, something obvious to our eye or mind. If we become addicted to the idea of supernatural miracles, we may miss the natural evidence within us: the spontaneous presence of consciousness that realises its enlightened nature.

A miracle is something that is needed; it’s something necessary. Maybe walking on water, flying in the air, or leaving foot prints in rocks actually happened long ago. Or perhaps, stories were needed at that time to capture the imagination.

Physical skills of yoga and exercise decrease stress in the body, and so we feel relaxed and the mind clears. Perfectly relaxed meditation does the same thing.

Some need evidence; others do not.
Without evidence, there can be doubt.
With evidence, there is no doubt.

Being liberated from the collective self obsession seems is a miracle in itself.
Or are we still looking for a ‘better’ miracle?

The greatest plague infesting humanity was the idea of miracles ‘from on high’, as this keeps humanity suppressed and impoverished. The miracle that is necessary today is freedom from deceptions (and if we could walk on water or fly in the sky, the military would soon want to know about it :D!)

Better to realise one’s true nature in peace.
If we look, we shall find.

Don’t miss the real one.
It turns ordinary beings into Buddhas
And awakens those who are dreaming.

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