Balance brings the peak of tranquility…

February 7, 2014 Uncategorized 0 Comments

The meditator becomes centered in himself and slowly starts to accept everything as it is…Tathagata…beyond all coming and going.

He reconciles to himself and accepts himself as he is, no longer complaining about anything.

Who to complain to and what to complain?

Once you accept yourself as you are, you have arrived…

Looking at everything as it is-without projecting any of your own thoughts on it is my understanding of tathagata……..unless you uncondition yourself, unburden yourself from social conditioning, it is impossible….you need to become a child again- a clean slate or tabula rasa…that is when you achieve the peak of tranquility!

Equanimity is another word which according to the dictionary is “accepting problems with equanimity-steadiness of mind under stress”

 

Looking at everything as it is-without projecting any of your own thoughts on it is my understanding of tathagata……..unless you uncondition yourself, unburden yourself from social conditioning, it is impossible….you need to become a child again- a clean slate or tabula rasa…

Looking at everything as it is-without projecting any of your own thoughts on it is my understanding of tathagata……..unless you uncondition yourself, unburden yourself from social conditioning, it is impossible….you need to become a child again- a clean slate or tabula rasa…