Mkoll wrote:Jesse wrote:It's just a statue, the real buddha is my heart. Anyway, what im going through is withdrawal. Quitting hurts.
I assume that means you won't be using drugs recreationally again?
If so, glad to hear it!
muni wrote:Some are called teachings but they are not clearing my delusions, rather they are increasing my arrogance. Some are not called teachings, but they are very much showing my delusions.
Then gratitude arises.
Jesse wrote:It's just a statue, the real buddha is my heart.
Ayu wrote:You can appreciate every dirt that comes out and scapes out now, because this keeps you another step further afar from hell. Sorry to say it that clearly.
This is the advantage of being a human being: we can work on ourselves right now. We would better like to be in a heavenly realm where we feel nothing but happiness - but that wouldn't have any benefit!!! The good karma would just be consumed.
Every pain you feel now is done by the monster of adiction. The louder it moans the more joyfull you can cheer up to leave it.Jesse wrote:It's just a statue, the real buddha is my heart.
I feel different about this thing. The Buddha may be in my heart, but I'm not always able to realize him there. He is also in the air I breathe... And everywhere. Also he is in concentrated form in the statue. It is a shape where he is realizable for me. That's why it gives me a cut in my heart to read of such a throwing statue. If you would write, you've harmed your own body, it would hurt my heart in the same way.
I send you all good wishes that are available.
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