fredag 31 oktober 2008

Hsin Hsin Ming

When no discriminating thoughts arise, the old mind ceases to exist.
When thought objects vanish, the thinking-subject vanishes,
as when the mind vanishes, objects vanish.
Things are objects because of the subject (mind); the mind
( subject) is such because of things (object).

Hsin Hsin Ming

torsdag 30 oktober 2008

The first snow

The first snow has arrived. The dreamlike feeling appears when the first snow changes the entire landscape. The snowflakes falling slowly to the ground without any noise…it’s beautiful…it’s magic. A snowquote by Genpo:

When we give up our preconceptions of where the snow should fall and let it fall where it falls, then there is no question about what to do.


The winter is here and it smiles at me...

Cheers Roshi

söndag 26 oktober 2008


I was going throu some notes and found this golden nuggets, and I don't remember who wrote them, but here they are....

Awakening is absolute intimacy with life. When this intimacy is total, you realize that life is absolute impersonal. That is the biggest joy there is.

In the moment of awakening consciousness recognizes it self in all things.

The awake state is always present behind the illusion. It is not "attained", it is what is always there and comes forth when the illusion is busted.

When awakening happens, truth is realized to be much, much simpler and more obvious than you ever imagined it to be.



Well aren't we that anyway....what's the difference if ther is a name? Just a sound......?


lördag 25 oktober 2008

Live show

Life is a directly sent live show. It’s meaningless to regret, done is done, forget and keep on. This show is totally pointless and alive, aliveness itself. This show is complete in the same moment when the happenings occur. Nothing is missing.

Neverending live show.

Here and now.


Or not....


fredag 24 oktober 2008

My brand new e-book for free

My new e-book is now available. It's free for everyone to download the file. Hope you folks enjoy the reading. Now some words from Nukunu:

There is a reality inside everyone that is always free. When the mind relaxes, this reality appears by it self. It can not be brought out or cultivated forth because it is there already. It is only discovered by relaxing as awareness into what is experienced here and now because everything is essentially that unconditional freedom.


torsdag 23 oktober 2008


Realisation is the absence of the person. As long as there is a realized person ther is no realisation whatosever. The truth is in the now, very fragile. Always alive. Nobody can catch it. Nobody can hold it. Because it holds us. And it catches us.

You have to surrender everything, everything you know. You have to leave everything you believ to be true. All your methods, all your stuff. You have to go to the truth naked. In not knowing.

In true humility.

In true surrender.

Francis Lucille

onsdag 22 oktober 2008

It drops just like a dead leaf

It drops just like a dead leaf.

The tree is not doing anything - just a breeze, a situation, and the dead leaf simply drops. The tree is not even aware that the dead leaf has dropped. It makes no noise, it makes no claim - nothing.

The dead leaf simply drops and shatters on the ground, just like that.
When you are mature through understanding, awareness, and you have felt totally that ego is the cause of all your misery, simply one day you see the dead leaf dropping.

It settles into the ground, dies of its own accord. You have not done anything so you cannot claim that you have dropped it. You see that it has simply disappeared, and then the real center arises.

And that real center is the soul, the self, the god, the truth, or whatsoever you want to call it.
It is nameless, so all names are good. You can give it any name of your own liking.


torsdag 16 oktober 2008

What you want

Stop looking for what you want, in THIS moment. Not tomorrow when you have it. But in this moment. Whatever that is what you want. Stop Looking and....

You will find more then you would ever want.

Because more then could be wanted...

is already who you are.

To simple to be grasped. . But absolutely, complete realizably.


måndag 13 oktober 2008

Stop! Look! Listen!

Stop. Look. Listen.

There it is.

Hear the traffic, the birds, the wind. Feel the breathing.

Nothing special.

Everything is already there, waiting for you, a velcome is needed.

Just the extraordinary miracle of what actually is.

The miracle of actuality.

Nothing special.

And yet..........

söndag 12 oktober 2008

I am

I AM is a feeling of permanent awareness. The very center of consciousness is the feeling of I AM. I may forget who I am, where I am, what I am but I cannot forget that I AM. The awareness of being remains, regardless of the degree of forgetfulness of who, where, and what I am.


torsdag 2 oktober 2008


Over time, one comes to realize the Essential Nature of life by simply watching through silent observation. The Essential Nature of existence is often referred to as “emptiness”—empty like silence. This essence is called “empty” because it has no actual content, no substance, no concepts, and no fixed abode. Emptiness is even empty of the idea of emptiness.

Yet the emptiness we come to realize is the essence of life. It permeates and defines the forms of consciousness. This emptiness effortlessly pours forth infinite and unbounded possibilities, which we call existence. Although emptiness defines and fills all forms, our Essential Nature is free of limitation and definition. It is everywhere and nowhere at once. It is our undividable essence.

Freedom is understanding that this boundless perfection is indeed the Truth within all that ever has been, or ever can be. You can only experience real freedom through realization of this simple, obvious, silent, and ever-pervasive Truth. Our Essential Nature has only one identity, which is everything and nothing at once. Observe the passing, ephemeral, impermanence of time and all it appears to contain. Through this observation Truth is revealed in the heart... within oneself.


Catch the ball!!

Nice analogy about what a so called enlightend teacher will offer you:

An enlightened teacher is somebody who throws you a "ball" - the ball of awakening. Are you ready to catch it?

Most people are not interested. They don't want the ball at all - not even if they could have it for free.

A very small percentage ARE interested. The majority of those are just curious. A tiny percentage is burning for the ball and play with it, but they don't believe that they are ready to catch it. And the really odd ones are ready to risk everything for it.

If you really want to catch the ball, you just catch it right away. No need for meditation and spiritual discipline. However, maybe you believe that you are ready to catch the ball, but for some reason miss every time it comes your way - and even if you get hold of it, it keeps on slipping out of your hands?