Category Archives: Offerings

Chuang Tzu Cutting Up An Ox

Cutting Up An Ox Prince Wen Hui’s cook Was cutting up an ox. Out went a hand, Down went a shoulder, He planted a foot, He pressed with a knee The ox fell apart With a whisper, The bright cleaver murmured Like a gentle wind. Rhythm! Timing! Like a sacred…

Words from the masters . . .

Like everything mental, the so-called law of causation contradicts itself. No thing in existence has a particular cause; the entire universe contributes to the existence of even the smallest thing; nothing could be as it is without the universe being what it is.  When the source and the ground of everything…

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Essays, poetry and similar may be submitted by active participants for possible inclusion in this section, or perhaps in Advaita, Miracles, Bhakti, Teachings or Poetry. It may also be that as things unfold beloveds could be invited to keep a journal under the Journal menu. If there is something you would like to have considered in any…

Hsin-Hsin Ming

The Great Way is not difficult, Just don’t pick and choose. If you cut off all likes and dislikes Everything is clear like space. Make the slightest distinction And heaven and earth are set apart. If you wish to see the truth, Don’t think for or against. Likes and dislikes…