Dronma wrote:deepbluehum wrote:By definition samsara is a delusion. Everyone is already diagnostically qualified insane. Realizing your primordial nature is primordial sanity. The consequences of realizing this can seem crazy from the standpoint of the delusional. There's nothing particular you want to accomplish, nothing particular on your schedule. You can give up being a busy go getting capitalistic hungry ghost. You really study the nectar of laziness.
It sounds provocatively poetic.
And I like the structure:
"There's nothing particular you want to accomplish, nothing particular on your schedule.
You can give up being a busy go getting capitalistic hungry ghost."
But you spoil it with the last word "laziness".
Since language is a tool of relative dualistic perception, you must be a real maestro for transforming it to a thunder...
Although English is not my language, I would say:
"You really study the nectar of non-action."
Here is someone with an eye for aesthetics. That's excellent. But you stepped in my trap. You see? You want the flow to fit into a pleasing pattern. The reality is unpatterned. Think of it. Study laziness. Study laziness. Weird, no? If non-action is just a synonym and doesn't masquerade as a pretty artistic dharma term. How do you feel as a yogi if we couldn't make this word nice? What if our language used characters and the characters for dharma practice were ass, sit. And emptiness was represented as nothing, no. What difference would it make? Observe how subtly the contraptions of samsara steer us away from the holy state of who cares.