history principles practice stories, books, media discussion forum organizations resources
zenguide.com logo
 
Friday Apr 25 2014 03:48AM ET
º login º register º email º guestbook º printer friendly
grey dot
  One day when P'ang layman (740-808)was selling bamboo baskets at the market place of Hung-chou.
Seeing a monk begging alms, he took out a cash and said:
-Can you tell me how to appreciate alms?
The monk had nothing to say.
P'ang... continue...

z
.
e
.
n
menu left history menu spacer principles menu spacer practice menu spacer zen media menu spacer discussion forum menu spacer organization directory menu spacer resources  
login
  DISCUSSION FORUM
» topic list   » start a new topic   » my tracked topics   » view topic
grey dot

horizontal line
→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: I AM THE GODDESS, EVER LIVING
vertical line Posted on Sep.06.2012 @ 11:51PM EDT by genericzen
I am the goddess, now go forth and fulfill the dharma, teach of the ways, in your own words, not in the traditions, these are all marred by acts that go against pleasure and create karma, they are not in the present moment, help the world, speak on pagan buddhism, speak on new ways, each is an offering to me, to please me is to find true peace forever, for I am both the manifest and Non manifest, source of all, I am within all of you, without hierarchy, destroy the so called spiritual 'monarchy' let the seed of the true spontaneous practice grow in all faiths, be not attached to the label zen, but use zen within the context of other spiritualities as a seasoning which dissolves their karmas, none can be left behind, break them from the confines of their stereotypings and you will  witness all realms without suffering.
Go to Latest Reply   Reply to this Topic   Email genericzen
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from esoteric
Sep.07.2012
01:26AM EDT 
vertical line Have a cup of tea. Same thing.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142202
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
06:23AM EDT 
vertical line Fear not, you'll get along just fine with the Woolly Llama, oops Daily Drama - you know what I mean.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142212
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
07:08AM EDT 
vertical line Cool fizzing.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142229
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from simple
Sep.07.2012
07:31AM EDT 
Email simple
vertical line ordinary job
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142230
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
08:12AM EDT 
vertical line Vine I tell you, Vine, all Vine, Vine, Vine.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142239
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from esoteric
Sep.07.2012
12:03PM EDT 
vertical line Quite a few are still all tangled up. I'll just watch the roses bloom.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142243
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
12:16PM EDT 
vertical line You should just watch your Content Provider.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142251
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from esoteric
Sep.07.2012
12:29PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "You should just watch your Content Provider. "
.........

I'll just watch the roses bloom.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142259
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
12:30PM EDT 
vertical line Watch this.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142260
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from esoteric
Sep.07.2012
12:41PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "Watch this. "
.........

Okay.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142265
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:19PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line The rain peace, ever livening, one drop harder than the rest making a tone that ripples through worlds and time. A wash of the earth passeth beauty of all heavenly [bodies] underneath their shower of light. Hearing the season turn, damp and cool, even temperatures, air encircles within and without, falling away, gone on that [note].
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142292
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:31PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line I missed it. For you.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142293
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:35PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line Stilled in light wind rain droppings off leaves.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142294
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:37PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line Things are happening less.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142295
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:40PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line No sign.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142296
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:41PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line Nil.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142299
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
04:41PM EDT 
vertical line When by moonlight, that the heart alone knows.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142298
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from sit_teh
Sep.07.2012
04:50PM EDT 
Email sit_teh
vertical line Pour.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142300
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.07.2012
05:39PM EDT 
vertical line I sing in the garden and the garden sings in me.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142309
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from starduster
Sep.11.2012
05:08AM EDT 
vertical line

When I was a little boy, my favorite story was of Ferdinand the Bull, who liked to hang out under a shady tree smelling the flowers all day, without a care in the world. 

Then he was taken in a truck to Madrid where he was put into the ring with matedors and compelled to survive in the games.  He did very well, and ultimately was retired back to the farm where he again took his place under a shady tree, smelling the flowers all day.

I grew up in a small town, joined the Navy, got sent to Washington DC, and did pretty well in the games, until I retired and moved back west to a small town, hanging out, taking it easy. 

Sometimes I think Ive lived the life of Ferdinand the Bull, and it was good.  And I owe it all to the generosity of the Goddess, whom I know as the Spirit.

vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142481
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.11.2012
05:53AM EDT 
vertical line Pepsi.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142487
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Woodsman
Sep.11.2012
08:59AM EDT 
vertical line Peep peep, hear bird call, wind in tree leaves, horse in stall, matter to me as them in all.
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142503
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Joe Chip
Sep.11.2012
10:53AM EDT 
vertical line How High The Moon
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 142514
horizontal line
 
Back To Topic List   Go to Top of Page

 



SUPPORT ZENGUIDE.COM
If you are planning on purchasing any product from amazon.com, you can help us out by using the search box to the right or by clicking on this link to begin shopping.


Purchase posters, art prints, media (music CD & DVD)

buy this BUDDHA TRIPOT OIL BURNER
by Unknown
Puchase this Item
More Art Prints & Media
Zen & Buddhism books
 
 
d
.
i
.
s
.
c
.
u
.
s
.
s
.
i
.
o
.
n
.

.
f
.
o
.
r
.
u
.
m
.
Copyright © 1999 - 2014 zenguide.com - All rights reserved. °