By Alexandra Chauran
Rework your lifestyles in robust methods with the straightforward practices during this 365-day guidebook. Devoting quite a few moments every day on your spirit creates an enduring feel of pleasure, stability, and goal on your existence.
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The Sage travels all day But does not leave the baggage-cart; When surrounded by magnificent scenery Remains calm and still. When a lord of ten thousand chariots Behaves lightly in this world, Lightness loses its root, Passion loses its master. 27 Good travellers leave no tracks. Good words leave no trace. Good counting needs no markers. Good doors have no bolts Yet cannot be forced. Good knots have no rope But cannot be untied. In this way the Sage Always helps people And rejects none, Always helps all beings, And rejects none.
What does this mean? Favor debases us. Afraid when we get it, Afraid when we lose it. The self embodies distress. No self, No distress. Respect the world as your self: The world can be your lodging. Love the world as your self: The world can be your trust. 14 Searching but not seeing, we call it dim. Listening but not hearing, we call it faint. Groping but not touching, we call it subtle. These three cannot be fully grasped. Therefore they become one. Rising it is not bright; setting it is not dark.
These three statements are not enough. One more step is necessary: Look at plain silk; hold uncarved wood. The self dwindles; desires fade. 20 Banish learning, no more grief. Between Yes and No How much difference? Between good and evil How much difference? What others fear I must fear— How pointless! People are wreathed in smiles As if at a carnival banquet. I alone am passive, giving no sign, Like an infant who has not yet smiled. Forlorn, as if I had no home. Others have enough and more, I alone am left out.
365 Ways to Strengthen Your Spirituality: Simple Ways to Connect with the Divine by Alexandra Chauran