​Buddhahood resembles an inexhaustible mine of jewels

THE PATH TO BUDHAHOOD Through countless hundreds of ordeals and countless gatherings of virtue, destroying countless obscurations over immeasurable periods of time, transcendent superknowledges (the unmistaken knowledge of all phenomena as suffering, impermanent, empty, and selfless) is attained: unspoiled by any obscuration, it is celebrated as buddhahood, like a casket of jewels thrown open. Having … Continue reading ​Buddhahood resembles an inexhaustible mine of jewels

Far better to have nothing further to seek

The Path less trodden Far better to have nothing further to seek, and to put oneself at ease. When hungry, I eat. When sleepy, I shut my eyes. Fools laugh at me; the wise understand. ... The truly Awake persons understand that there is nothing to seek in written words. By doing so, one merely … Continue reading Far better to have nothing further to seek

Dispensation of the perfect Buddha – Part III

Just to hear you brings joy; just to look upon you somehow calms the heart; your speech refreshes and your teaching frees. ... People and even gods rejoice at your your final birth, they celebrate as you grow, undoubtedly, they benefit in your presence, aware or not, and secretly sorrow in your absence. ... Just … Continue reading Dispensation of the perfect Buddha – Part III

Dispensation of the perfect Buddha – Revisited

For those who fathom your teachings can live blissfully an eon if they so desire, but freely, they depart to the realm where death cannot tread. ... Only in your dispensation is time divided for studying the scriptures, pondering their meaning and practising meditation. ... What is more distressful than this, o Great Sage, that … Continue reading Dispensation of the perfect Buddha – Revisited