It is said, that no one can liberate us but ourselves, and we do this with the help of our all-encompassing lives; our practice, friends, family, strangers, community, egos, etc.
Life presents itself for us to wake up to ourselves, to love ourselves, to serve others in a way that teaches them the same qualities. Go out in nature and feel the presence of all the textures around you. That presence asks for nothing, it accepts the weather, it accepts the abuse, it remains true to itself under all conditions; nature is liberated from ego, from comparing, from craving, from the illusions. Nature cannot be touched by the emotional pulls of life. It goes with the flow; the good, the bad and the neutral. Nature is the majestic beauty admired by all even with its’ imperfections because nature doesn’t care if you like it or not, it doesn’t care if it looks broken, tattered or torn. Nature provides a selfless service for all its inhabitants. Nature is free, liberated from wasted time and energy of what others think. There is so much to learn in the great outdoors.
Each day I surrender! Dolby Dharma
“99% of all human beings who call themselves “spiritual” are on one of those two paths: they are either following a demon, or they are following a Nirvanic Buddha. Either way, they are gaining nothing. The only way to liberate from Samsara (the wheel of life) is to awaken your own consciousness. You do not have to follow anyone but your Inner Divinity. Do not be confused by anyone. Do not follow anyone. Follow your Innermost. Everyone is seeking a “Master,” not realizing that the Master they need is inside of their own heart. Your true Master is your Innermost.” Glorian Publishing