The great spirit shall attest that my intention of offering Seven Verses For A Sangha is not for personal profit and fame.
Ultimate Truth has its basis in the Mind,
Mind Dharma has its basis in non-abiding;
The Non-abiding Mind Essence is
Clear awareness without obscuration.
We need to pay attention when the phenomena show up and the situation comes up. If we don’t pay attention to the core message of a situation, we will generate a lot of emotions.
In the waning period of the Dharma, material greed overflows and the principle and truth have lost their primacy and rightful place.
All situations and problems encountered in life are caused by the doors that were created in the mind.
When you have negative emotions, you will encounter serious hindrances. All hindrances are teachers. It is very important for you to recognize this and learn. By Zen Master Miao Tsan
The ancient masters said we should try to abide in impermanence. How is that possible? The answer is to keep creating a better future. Each moment is your creation, so the best way to abide in impermanence is to change for the better. When we encounter obstacle in life, at that right moment, we should check […]
The ancient masters said we should try to abide in impermanence. How is that possible? The answer is to keep creating a better future. Each moment is your creation, so the best way to abide in impermanence is to change for the better. Phenomena are prints of our mind. Realize the mind through the form. The […]
When you recognize an object, would you care much about its shadow anymore? No. When you finally realize what is creating your thoughts and experiences, nothing of this world can ever bother you again.
Cheryl Alexander, Change Magazine Editor, speaks to Master Miao Tsan on November 8, on what Zen means for the holidays. Very interesting topic. Please click on the link, http://www.changemediaonline.com/ , then click on the topic, ‘Tis the Sea-ZEN