Resting in our true nature.
Modern life insulates us from the natural world. Despite the comfort and luxury
of our current lifestyle, we often find
A rare gift to share with the world.
> Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.
– Simone Weil
Who do you care about most in this life?
Lost in the woods.
Imagine for a moment that you are lost in the woods.
There is no clear path ahead. You are surrounded
Pointing out your true nature.
resting in the myriad display of appearances,
the unceasing luminosity of the ground
appears as the infinite play
We only lose the present.
The present is really all that we have and it is all that we have to lose.
We can find
Reaching full expression.
Think about a flower for a moment. A flower naturally wants to reach its full
expression. It wants to bloom
At home in the world.
The result of our practice is that we feel at home in the world.
In the beginning of our practice,
There are moments that are always presenting themselves, moments to lend a hand,
moments to share a kind word, moments
When you are driving, you pick up on all kinds of signs informing you of what
you should be doing
The opposite of awareness.
Dzogchen takes awareness (Tib: rigpa) as the path and that awareness takes the
form of pure presence. It is a