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#4313 - Monday, July 18, 2011 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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Only that in you which is me can hear what I am saying."

~ Ram Dass  


by Jeff Melrose  on Facebook



"A door opens in the center of our being and we  seem to fall through it into
the immense depths which, although they are infinite, are all accessible to us;
all eternity seems to have become ours in this one placid and breathless
contact. Where already, supernatural instinct teaches us that the function of
this abyss of freedom, which has been open within our midsts, is to draw us
utterly out of our own selfhood and into its own immensity of liberation."
~Thomas Merton 


by Denea Goodwin Rochette on Nonduality Highlights group at Facebook



Limitless undying love
which shines around me like a million suns,
It calls me on and on across the universe.


~ John Lennon


by Belle Heywood on Facebook






The parched know --


real thirst
draws rainwater
from an empty sky.

~ Ivan M. Granger



Poetry Chaikhana Home



"The natural state is just itself and nothing else, whether thoughts are arising 
or not. Having no thoughts is not the essential practice of Dzogchen. There is 
nothing wrong with having thoughts; it is natural for thoughts to arise. They 
represent the creative potentiality or dynamism of the Nature of Mind. When 
we are in the
Natural State, there are no special thoughts associated with it. 
The natural state is always there whether thoughts are present or not. The 
problem is to recognize this
Natural State without being distracted by 


~Lopon Tenzin Namdak 


From the book, "Bonpo Dzogchen Teachings," by Vajra  Publications. 

posted to Daily Dharma by Robert Cooper


Photo series with quotes from Ashtavakra Gita by Mazie Lane and Bob O'Hearn

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