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intothewildfire:

The falling snow enclosed my house of meditation.
Dakinis gave me food and sustenance.
The water of Snow Mountain was the purest draught.
All was done without effort.
There is no need to farm where there is no demand for food.
My store is full without preparation or hoarding.By observing my own mind, all things are seen;
By sitting in a solitary place, the royal throne is reached.
~Milarepa

intothewildfire:

The falling snow enclosed my house of meditation.

Dakinis gave me food and sustenance.

The water of Snow Mountain was the purest draught.

All was done without effort.

There is no need to farm where there is no demand for food.

My store is full without preparation or hoarding.
By observing my own mind, all things are seen;

By sitting in a solitary place, the royal throne is reached.

~Milarepa

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lemme-holla-at-you:

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clanarmstrong:

Sue Fitzmaurice, Author
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The Afterlife of Billy Fingers a book by annie kagan 

The Afterlife of Billy Fingers a book by annie kagan 

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indigochildsdreams:

In Buddhist symbolism the lotus is symbolic of purity of the body, speech, and mind as while rooted in the mud, its flowers blossom on long stalks as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire.

indigochildsdreams:

In Buddhist symbolism the lotus is symbolic of purity of the body, speech, and mind as while rooted in the mud, its flowers blossom on long stalks as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire.

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svaha3:

If ye realize the Emptiness of All Things, Compassion will arise within your hearts; If ye lose all differentiation between yourselves and others, fit to serve others ye will be;  And when in serving others ye shall win success, then shall ye meet with me;  And finding me, ye shall attain to Buddhahood.
-The Hymn of the Yogic Precepts of Milarepa.

svaha3:

If ye realize the Emptiness of All Things, Compassion
will arise within your hearts;
If ye lose all differentiation between yourselves and others, fit
to serve others ye will be;
And when in serving others ye shall win success, then shall ye
meet with me;
And finding me, ye shall attain to Buddhahood.


-The Hymn of the Yogic Precepts of Milarepa.

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Bhikkhu Samāhita _/\_ ]http://What-Buddha-Said.net
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