The Stream of Peace

White-Lotus

There is a continuous stream of peace running in the background,

quietly, it runs, in the background,

drowned by the noise in the foreground.

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It is a clear, peaceful stream flowing,

unobstructed, unconditioned, pure,

unaffected by the turbulence around it.

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Peacefully and joyously constant, it remains

oblivious of anything else – aware only of itself and its purity,

quietly, it flows . . .

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Within this peace is joy, within this joy is love,

peace, joy and love – all in one – untouched, uncontaminated,

innocent: knows no regrets, no blame, no sin, no karma.

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A steady stream . . .

a source of strength, a fall back, a respite from it’s opposite –

the ever-shifting, tumultuous, raging river of the manifest world.

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It is certainty where there is uncertainty.

It is order where there is disorder.

It is the light where there is darkness.

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This is where we want to be.

It is heaven – undisturbed peace, true love, lasting happiness.

It is God – constant, cannot be taken away, never abandons, never fails.

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It is ever present . . .

It is enlightenment.

And it lies in wait to be uncovered.

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A steady stream running in the background

drowned by the noise in the foreground.

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The End of Spiritual Seeking?

 

Satori

Is there really an end to spiritual seeking?

We are infinite beings – do you take this as a fact?

If you do not believe that we are infinite beings, do you believe then that when you die, it’s the end of you?

No life after death?

We are in an eternal journey – another fact?

If you do not believe that we are in an eternal journey, do you believe then that somewhere, sometime, all existence will cease to exist?

If we assume, that we are infinite beings in an eternal journey, then we are always expanding.

If we are always expanding, shifting, changing, is there an end to spiritual seeking?

Yes, there is.

It is known as the state of Nirvana, Enlightenment, Awakening, entering the Kingdom of God.

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