Thursday, 24 December 2009

Calm please

As the still viewer, the one who witnesses the world, the one who hears music, the one who smells the air. Also as the watcher of the churning mind. That watcher is bliss -but- for the churning mind.

If you respected silence you'd turn off music, if you respected simplicity you'd sit with nature. If you respect your true self, you should calm the mind.

To have the mind in full activity in the presence of the self is to play drums as your baby goes to sleep.

2 comments:

Doug McMillan said...

The 'Silent Witness' has its say?

Ta-Wan said...

Well, there is some contradiction in this one. If I had kept it to the last line I'd have escaped that but, ah well :)