Tag Archives: Simplicity

MEDITATION IS DOING NOTHING

Meditation Is Doing Nothing It’s that simple. Consciousness doesn’t do anything: it merely observes. Even while the body is doing things, consciousness is just aware. An example is fastening our shoe laces; we’re simply aware of the fingers, and no … Continue reading

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THERE IS NOTHING TO UNDERSTAND

There Is Nothing To Understand There is nothing to understand; just see. Just seeing is pure consciousness. Once realised, we understand what others try to understand. This profound teaching has become far too poetic, complicated and elaborate. Realise that pure … Continue reading

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THE AGE OF MISTRUST AND CHAOS

The Age Of Mistrust And Chaos Does life make sense? Is the world one huge cock-up? Really? A continuous series of cock-ups? Chaos and mistrust make life complicated, and this is how we become docile and complicit. Complicit: condition¬†of being … Continue reading

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WHEN WE LOSE OUR WAY

When We Lose Our Way We want to know the truth. We find the truth, and realise that it is simplicity itself. The very essence of consciousness; pure awareness. It has no need for elaborations; just recognition that leads to … Continue reading

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SIMPLICITY IN DARK TIMES

Simplicity in dark times. ¬†I had a dream last night: two of my teachers, from different traditions, came and gave me a ‘bonk’ on the head (touching foreheads is a traditional Tibetan greeting). One cut some of my hair (this … Continue reading

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