Charnel ground has wisdom and craziness at the same time. Grandmother’s soup is brewed on New Year’s Eve in Tibet—sweet and sour, bones, fats and vegetables—everything put together. This is our mind and life.
Hosted online by the Atlanta Shambhala Center, February 3, 2021.
A while back, I read an article about “plant blindness.” When shown a picture that shows a pair of elephants in a clearing and asked what they see, virtually everyone says, “Two elephants.” Even when the question is repeated, “What do you see?” people persist in saying “Elephants,” as if the questioner were stupid or blind. NoContinue reading “Mind Blindness”