Tag Archives: emptiness

Ownership

If you do not renounce the world, it will own you © Meisaan Chan

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Flower bouquet, I

At first, I am overwhelmed by beauty I am blinded slowly, though, my eyes adjust and I start to see the subtle illness the subtle death the subtle imperfection and all of this gives me pause for praise, comfort, and … Continue reading

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Empty luggage

What you carry will not feed you the things inside will not protect you © Meisaan Chan

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Worth the release

Lean into the emptiness farther and farther, until you know that it is safe or at least, that it is worth the release © Meisaan Chan

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The unknowing space

Bring me past my anxiety to the unknowing space and in the unknowing, unjudging and in the unjudging, openness, letting all things flow through until I am flown through and in this all-unknowing, flowing through, peace © Meisaan Chan

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The way of the warrior

Feeling sorry for yourself is not the way of the warrior and I raised you to be a warrior © Meisaan Chan

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The cycle

May I receive you and give you, and then, empty, return to receive you and give you: That is all © Meisaan Chan

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