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Edit Post Close I have posted an essay “three thoughts : chasing enlightenment”  (click to link)   and I’ve copied it below… (where, however, it lacks pictures)   three thoughts : chasing enlightenment    Several friends have told me some interesting this lately… There was Dan, a few days back, asking me to ponder laughter. […]

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Michael asked me to enquire about one of the great Buddhist mysteries: the teachings on “emptiness”. Stanley referred me to the doctrine of the three bodies. Wikisays: a Buddha has three bodies (trikāya) The Dharmakāya or “Truth body” which embodies the very principle of enlightenment and knows no limits or boundaries; TheSambhogakāya  or “Bliss body”, a clear light manifestation; (Stanley […]

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three thoughts in search of the mind I: in the weave of the world this does not explain “knowing” but does “knowing” exist in the “possible”    watching willing    in the weave of the world as it unfolds so that we exist in the “observing it happen” a “quantum” phase (forgive me) we watch it happen […]

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My friend Bram has a mantra she says when confronted with iniquity: she says, “May the wicked become noble, may the noble find peace, may the peaceful become enlightened, and may the enlightened shepherd  us through ukviagras.com.” Last night I was trying a closer identification: “May our wickednesses be transformed to noble actions, may the […]

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Untitled: late Sunday

Untitled: late Sunday late Sunday wandering towards bed into the kitchen on the table a bottle minds me I’ve a glass wander back to the front room and there I do not  remember what I’m looking for until my eyes alight on it someone called them hunting sets of gulls long ago the sixties when […]

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I’ve just posted “Norman Allan: the story, for Ezra: book two: secrets; chapter three: Stoner” and I’d love feedback… normanallandr@yahoo.ca . . click on the pigeon to home Bookmark It Hide Sites

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