FROM SUBURBIA TO ENLIGHTENMENT
Spending time in American suburbia might lead one to believe that the Train to Enlightenment left the station some time ago.
When you feel surrounded by dried-up tumbleweeds and buildings that look twice as big as they need to be, you might feel tempted to sit on the porch and scowl at strangers as they pass by.
If the gunslingers had gone inside to meditate first, I wonder if they would have come back outside and shot each other up in the middle of town…
We bring you glad tidings: it IS possible to overcome delusions, escape the bulls**t, and accomplish full, permanent, complete Enlightenment, here and now.
It’s just not always as fun and exciting as sitting in a chair playing first-person-shooters… Are you willing?
4 thoughts on “MAHAMUDRA AND THE CLEAR LIGHT”
Thank you kindly, Jean! :)
Yes. The key is to find the sacred in the mundane. That is the warrior’s way.
Hi, Boyd! I’m so happy to meet you, have really enjoyed your blog so far! Namaste :D