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Re: Notes from the other side of Buddhism.
« Reply #30 on: April 10, 2016, 10:10:52 pm »
This morning I was reading the Mahamudra on mind:
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Since it is not composed of any substance or mark of duality, it cannot be fully described by an analogy.  It has not been produced by any cause in the beginning.  It is free from birth.  Being empty of all identity in the present, it is without a dwelling.  Finally, neither can it's passage be traced nor can it's emergence cease; it remains ever unceasing.  Since it has not been born from a cause, it cannot be destroyed through conditions.  Because it's origin is not rooted in time, it encompases all times.  Being detached from a substantive reality of arising, settlement, or cessation, it remains an uninterrupted stream.  The intrinsic nature dwells indiscriminately in all beings alike - awakened and unwakened, good and bad - transcending finite progression and regression.  It exists in all sentient beings whether or not they are aware of it, leaving no possibility for anyone to either gain or lose it.  It is immutable as it is not subject to transient increase or decrease.
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Re: Notes from the other side of Buddhism.
« Reply #31 on: April 10, 2016, 11:09:54 pm »
Got this last night from the big tumbler in the sea.


Great. EoC's plaque leaked into the ocean again. Now sea rock looks like it has acne worse than a horny teen. If he could keep his gaping maw shut, we wouldn't need all these oil spills.
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Re: Notes from the other side of Buddhism.
« Reply #32 on: April 11, 2016, 12:32:43 am »
Rock polishers build character. Buy one now. Insert small parts into it daily until yoU're satisfyingly having Of character. Iike a orgy of Love. more character then A book character, H.G wells character, not young adult trash.

In conclusion; rock polishers are orgies of rocks. They make the rocks Pretty. Real orgies is like being in a rock polisher, but you come out less pretty. But with more character.
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Re: Notes from the other side of Buddhism.
« Reply #33 on: April 11, 2016, 12:46:53 am »
Rock polishers build character. Buy one now. Insert small parts into it daily until yoU're satisfyingly having Of character. Iike a orgy of Love. more character then A book character, H.G wells character, not young adult trash.

In conclusion; rock polishers are orgies of rocks. They make the rocks Pretty. Real orgies is like being in a rock polisher, but you come out less pretty. But with more character.

 :lulz: I like this interpretation too.
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Re: Notes from the other side of Buddhism.
« Reply #34 on: April 11, 2016, 02:01:56 am »
"Well, then mind-nourishment!" said Big Concealment. "You have only to rest in inaction and things will transform themselves. Smash your form and body, spit out hearing and eyesight, forget you are a thing among other things, and you may join in great unity with the deep and boundless. Undo the mind, slough off spirit, be blank and soulless, and the ten thousand things one by one will return to the root return to the root and not know why. Dark and undifferentiated chaos to the end of life none will depart from it. But if you try to know it, you have already departed from it. Do not ask what its name is, do not try to observe its form. Things will live naturally and of themselves."
- Hong Meng (On the Taoist side of thigh slapping)
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