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The birth of ego is called ‘form’ or basic ignorance. We ignore the open, fluid, intelligent quality of space. When a gap or space occurs in our experience of mind, when there is a sudden glimpse of awareness, openness, absence of self, then a suspicion arises : ‘Suppose I find that there is no solid me? That possibility scares me. I don’t want to go into that.’ That abstract paranoia, the discomfort that something may be wrong, is the source of karmic chain reactions. It is the fear of ultimate confusion and despair. The fear of the absence of self, of the egoless state, is a constant threat to us. Suddenly we are bewildered by the discovery of selflessness and do not want to accept it; we want to hold on to something.
— Chögyam Trungpa- The Myth of Freedom (via mapspinnin)

Mar 25 Reblogged

illuminatizeitgeist:

“When inspiration, intuition, imagination and reason are all trained, directed and united in one sublime faculty, he who possesses this faculty possesses the key to all natural mysteries.”
—  First Principles of Philosophy, by Manly P Hall

illuminatizeitgeist:

“When inspiration, intuition, imagination and reason are all trained, directed and united in one sublime faculty, he who possesses this faculty possesses the key to all natural mysteries.”

First Principles of Philosophy, by Manly P Hall

Mar 25 Reblogged

Love is very noble, elegant, beautiful, resourceful and utterly visionary. Being utterly visionary has a touch of humor and a lot of fearlessness. It is the foundation of mahayana. You are willing to jump in, and you are entirely free from panic. You have long-lasting vision and effort. Bodhisattvas, mahayana practitioners committed to helping others, are known as warriors because they are visionary. They are not confused, and they do not shy away from others.
Chögyam Trungpa, “Love, Vision, and Warriorship” in The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Volume Two, pages 18-19 (via dharmasimulation)

Mar 20

Painting by Karmyn and via PST.NET

Painting by Karmyn and via PST.NET

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Learn to look without imagination, to listen without distortion: that is all. Stop attributing names and shapes to the essentially nameless and formless, realize that every mode of perception is subjective, that what is seen or heard, touched or smelled, felt or thought, expected or imagined, is in the mind and not in reality, and you will experience peace and freedom from fear.
— Nisargadatta (via biosthete)

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scienceofthespirit:

 

For All of you struggling out there with school, please listen, what a beautiful message this is, i really needed it and i’m sure you do too <3

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