A white Rose of Sharon Wide open like the third eye of Wisdom Stares at the morning star Mugunghwa / The Rose of Sharon, Korea’s National Flower The Poem appeared first in “The Fires of Spring” by Rayn Roberts 2002 All Buddhist traditions agree that as the morning star rose in the sky in the early morning, […]
Sit down. Shut up. Meditate. Cut the Crap.
Nothing you were to think, feel, know, remains intact The givens all gone, the body unravels The soul does not exist: where spirit seemed to breathe A great hole deepens, a sea of liquid sound spills in Pure as God’s voice, moonlight-shoals and starry reefs In vacancies of time too wide to navigate, the soul […]
Easier it is to lift a ten ton boulder on a mountain than to calmly sit and put a collar on an unruly mind. Rayn Roberts 2017
When the sun goes down and darkness deepens when candles burn out around a Buddha, is a Buddha still a Buddha if no light reveals a Buddha? Rayn Roberts