Category: Don’t-Know Mind

Beginner’s Mind

Before ever encountering anything about Korean Buddhism, Shunryu Suzuki Roshi’s Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind was the first Buddhist book I ever read. It really touched something inside that didn’t even

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Between These Two

When I see I am nothing, that is wisdom.  When I see I am everything, that is love.  Between these two my life moves. Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (1897-1981) ‘You are not

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Die Before You Die

Written on a monastery wall at Mount Athos, Greece: This is exactly the work of true meditation. It is very, very, very hard to express in words the “how” of

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Before Your Birth

They were raw and direct insights like these that caused Schopenhauer to have such a salutary, disruptive role in my formation, finally leading me conceptually from the confines of the

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