By Heidi E. Spear, David B. Dillard-Wright, Paula Munier
<h2>Mindfulness is simply a second away!</h2>
You don't have to conceal your self away on a mountaintop for many years to accomplish enlightenment. you are able to do it correct on your own residence, at paintings, even within the automobile in your day-by-day trip. All it takes a five minutes—and an open brain. With 5-Minute Mindfulness, readers locate speedy and simple how you can calm their minds, soothe their psyches, and maintain their spirits. those powerful, transportable practices, meditations, postures, and routines may be performed anyplace, anytime—mini-enlightenments that could create a life of pleasure, peace, and serenity.
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If it is ninety-nine percent truth, then something is there which is not true. And truth and untruth cannot exist together, just as darkness and light cannot exist together – because darkness is nothing but absence. Absence and presence cannot exist together, truth and untruth cannot exist together. Untruth is nothing but the absence of truth. So no answer is possible, hence Jesus remained silent. But if you look at it with deep sympathy, if you look into the silence of Jesus, you will have an answer.
The masculine is aggressive; the feminine can receive, absorb, can become a passage. The sutra says bhagavati, not bhagavan. It is of immense importance. That perfect wisdom out of which all the buddhas come is a feminine element, a mother. The womb has to be a mother. Once you think of God as father, you don’t seem to understand what you are doing. Father is an unnatural institution. The father does not exist in nature. The father has existed only for a few thousand years; it is a human institution.
Buddha is a mystic, not a philosopher. His way of saying things is more poetic than philosophical. The approach is different, but Nagarjuna is saying exactly the same thing as Buddha. Their formulation is certainly different, but what they are saying has to be understood. 60 You ask, “Is there any difference between shunyavada…” Shunyavada means the theory, the philosophy of nothingness. In English there is no word which can be equivalent, appropriately equivalent, to shunya. Shunya means emptiness; but not negative, a very positive emptiness.