52 – The Eternal Practice

cc image by  Klearchos Kapoutsis on Flickr

cc image by Klearchos Kapoutsis on Flickr

Mother is the beginning of the Universe.

When one understands the mother,
one understands the child.

When one knows the child,
one is also close to the mother
and the spirit will never be exhausted.

Block your senses,
close your gates
and your life will peaceful.

Open your mouth,
keep yourself busy
and you will be beyond rescue.

Perceiving the insignificant
is called enlightenment.

Staying flexible
is called strength.

Always returning to your inner light
and avoiding misfortune,
this is the eternal practice.

 

Read the essay on Chapter 52

5 Comments

  1. Not really sure how one avoids misfortune, but I’m totally in favor of returning to my Inner Light.
    Visiting you from The SITSgirls.
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    • Thanks for stopping by, Susan. I don’t think that we can avoid misfortune. I think that it is just part of life. Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Block your senses,
    close your gates
    and your life will peaceful.

    That’s my favorite part.
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