Painkiller from the master’s side is the love and compassion the master showers with just a look!

Normally, whatever steps we take when we are faced with pain are attempts to escape the pain and suffering. People ask me how I am able to be blissful all the time and whether enlightenment gets rid of all pain.

Be very clear, enlightenment is not an escape from pain but an understanding of pain. It gives a deep insight and courage to look objectively at oneself.

‘Why am I feeling miserable? What is it that is causing me suffering and anguish? What exactly is causing me to feel hurt?’

All you need is the courage to ask these questions and face the answers. You will be free from the usual suffering.

How to avoid pleasure and pain? Just go through both in a witnessing state, that’s all.

A small story:

Once a disciple was walking with a Zen master when a flock of geese flew overhead. The master asked, ‘What are they?’ The disciple replied, ‘They are wild geese, master.’ The master asked, ‘Where are they?’ The disciple replied, ‘They have flown away.’

The master suddenly caught the disciple’s nose and twisted it. The disciple cried out in pain. The master said, ‘You say they have flown away, but they have been here from the start.’ The story says the disciple became enlightened in that moment. Continue reading “Painkiller from the master’s side is the love and compassion the master showers with just a look!”

Visualize your inner space is the road. The nail or the thorn sticking out on the road is your fear and greed. Your car tyre is Time. if the Time moves smoothly on the Space, there is no incompletion. If it moves on the nail or the stone then your tyre becomes flat, you cant move further. So always, if you hold the inner space consciously without fear or greed you will never create incompletions. For it to be reality, go back to the incompletions created where all you put the nail and the stone (Fear and Greed); relive so … Continue reading