The average human being bound within Samsara is nothing more than a highly advanced animal, an amalgamation of wills and impulses leftover not only from it’s biological evolutionary past but also through it’s environmental conditioning. On a deeper and divine level, the unconscious individual is also governed by the archetypes that exist within the depths […]

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Wildly willing, yet always unyielding, unrelent on the World. Despite pain, despite hardship. Fuel your fire through choice, always.

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One of Three Jewels

Here among all the people, hidden is one of the three jewels, the Buddha, in all, forgotten but never lost, God in all of us. Our true mind lays in our heart, compassion and connection, the only truth of life.

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Sun Risen

The sun sets risen and yet full is the moon, my hand one hand claps soundlessly, but all noise is always, anyways, don’t the Gods of many faces, have only one face, I am Always, have been here, haven’t I?

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If we are residing outside of dynamic stillness and attempt to seek answers in exterior sources without inward security, we will always be projecting what we do or don’t want to hear into the world around us. Look inward, always.

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To see the truth we must hold no opinion, unrelenting in relentlessness, to live spiritually is to live life on fire. Every moment a war, every path a warpath, peace in strength.

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Great Waves

“In the early days of the Meiji era there lived a well-known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves. O-nami was immensely strong and knew the art of wrestling. In his private bouts he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so bashful that his own pupils threw him. O-nami felt he should go to […]

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Humour, paradox, change Nirvana is the place between all extremes, a peaceful world within. So, do not discriminate, especially against yourself! When you do self inquiry do not judge yourself, just be. It is truly not so hard, after all.

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