Stillness, Buddha nature, the Motherly Buddha, and feeling
excerpted from the notebooks of Jack Haas
I do not sit in the stillness so as to deny existence, but so as to hypostatize it, and then to elevate it Now.
The Living Absence, and the Living All. One.
There are two essentials to liberation: true expression, and stillness. These are necessary in order to break out of the pattern, and be liberated from the round.
Be still, and know that I am God.
Be still, and feel that I am Goddess.
Light is matter, as in a sol-id (Sol is the sun).
Both mud and light are required to create the Rose.
Only flesh with spirit make a Buddha.
The prima materia is an eternal essential, refined and fashioned by Mind, into divine, substantial existence.
I AM matter transfigured into Buddha nature. Nature, and Buddha.
In the Kashmir Lounge, a Kwan Yin image is sculpted into and integral with a wall. She is built into the all. She is the all. The Motherly Buddha.
The unmoving bindu is the core that is everywhere moving as everything as One.
Do not identify yourself as being limited, but instead as unlimited, identitless, being itself.
You cannot judge being, if you wish to pierce through this realm, so as to expand it.
Stillness is the unbound substratum which pierces through and expands limiting paradigms.
It is what it is.
I am what it is.
Stillness is what it is I AM.
Be still, and feel that I... AM, unbound existence.
The symbolic (uniting) and diabolic (dividing) are One.
excerpted from the unpublished notebooks of Jack Haas