Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Cosmotrippin to the beat of the apocalypse





             Lets take a page out of the Lankavatara Sutra for a moment- "Since beginingless time the mind-system has perceived multiplicities of forms, conditions, and ideas which the thinking mind has discriminated and the empirical mind has experienced, grasped, and clung to.  From this perceiving, experiencing, etc., habit-energy has risen that, by its accumulation, has in turn conditioned the illusions of existence and non-existence, and individuality and generality, and has thus perpetuated the dream-state of false-imagination." So lets begin at a beginning- a relatively clean slate!


Here is the freedom and spontaneity of potentiality that comes with the attainment and patient acceptance of the truths of egolessness and imagelessness.



 Here is perfect solitude, undisturbed by any gradation or continuous succession, radiant with the potency and freedom of its self-nature which is the self-nature of Noble Wisdom — blissfully peaceful, with the serenity of Perfect Love
                                                                   

There is an inconceivable transformation-death (acintya-parinama-cyuti) — a realization of Oneness with the universalized mind of Tathagatahood by which the false-imagination of the particularized individual personality is transcended.

                                                                                                      

 There is no recession from this realization.
        
                                                          
    Just as the earth supports all beings in the world, so do the Tathagatas support all beings in the Transcendental World of No-form 

15 comments:

  1. i love the blog will for sure follow

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  2. Interesting. I've always wanted to read about buddhism and try to become one. This might help. Blog seems uplifting as well.

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  3. Buddhism always has great ways to think about things in a different perspective, which I love.

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  4. Entirely different perspective of the world than most westerners have, very inspirational!

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  5. Such a peaceful manner of thinking.

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  6. I think you might be a fellow psychonaut ;)

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  7. Definitely awesome. Makes you think even if you're from a different religion or way of thinking.

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  8. didn't know about this yet this is impressive +followed

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  9. Impressive text and nice pictures. Thx.

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  10. Trippy...


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  11. I love the last picture! I would try it with friends if they wouldn't think it's weird

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  12. loved it, i'll follow. keep this up

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