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lazyyogi:

Enlightenment is like the moon reflected on the water.

The moon does not get wet, nor is the water broken.

Although its light is wide and great,

The moon is reflected even in a puddle an inch wide.

The whole moon and the entire sky

are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass.

Dogen

(via consciousconsciouness)

Do not think you will necessarily be aware of your own enlightenment.

Dogen (via lazyyogi)

(via seas-of-jade)

lazyyogi:

Those who see worldly life as an obstacle to Dharma
see no Dharma in everyday actions. 
They have not yet discovered that 
there are no everyday actions outside of Dharma.
~ Dogen

Do not think you will necessarily be aware of your own enlightenment.

Dogen (via isaacwastaken)

(via suchismyideaofhappiness-deactiv)

If you cannot find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?

Dogen (via lazyyogi)

Those who see worldly life as an obstacle to Dharma see no Dharma in everyday actions; they have not yet discovered that there are no everyday actions outside of Dharma.

Dogen (via lazyyogi)

Just practice good, do good for others, without thinking of making yourself known so that you may gain reward. Really bring benefit to others, gaining nothing for yourself. This is the primary requisite for breaking free of attachments to the Self.

Dōgen (via zenlikeme)

(via oblugato-deactivated20120212)

When we just sit facing the wall in zazen, we are neither deluded living beings or enlightened buddhas; we are neither alive nor dead; we are just as we are. That’s it. In zazen we take off all of our clothing and become the naked self.

Shohaku Okumura, Realizing Genjokoan (via gaiaslastlaugh)

(via gaiaslastlaugh-deactivated20140)

When we just sit facing the wall in zazen, we are neither deluded living beings or enlightened buddhas; we are neither alive nor dead; we are just as we are. That’s it. In zazen we take off all of our clothing and become the naked self.

Shohaku Okumura, Realizing Genjokoan (via gaiaslastlaugh)

(via gaiaslastlaugh-deactivated20140)

And though it is like this, it is only that flowers, while loved, fall; and weeds, while hated, flourish.

Dogen, Genjokoan

(via gaiaslastlaugh-deactivated20140)

shobogenzo:

But do not ask me where I am going,
As I travel in this limitless world,
Where every step I take is my home.

- Dogen

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