Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Via Ram Dass / Words of Wisdom - May 15, 2019 šŸ’Œ

The interesting question is, "How do you put yourself in a position so that you can allow ‘what is’ to be?" The enemy turns out to be the creation of mind, because when you are just in the moment, doing what you are doing, there is no fear. The fear is when you stand back to think about it. The fear is not in the actions. The fear is in the thought about the actions.

- Ram Dass -

Via Daily Dharma: Pure Power of Mindfulness

The Buddha’s mindfulness has one purpose—the end of suffering. It encompasses all of life in order to purify the mind and bring wisdom, love, and equanimity to the center of our lives.

—Phillip Moffitt, “The Mindfulness of the Buddha