perfect poise

Thich Nhat Hanh mudra

Thich Nhat Hanh mudra



This world is itself but an embodiment of want; hence the heartache due to the absence of fulfilment must needs endure.

This is why it is said that there are two kinds of current in human life:

one pertaining to the world in which want follows upon want,

the other of one’s true being.

It is the very nature of the former that it can never end in fulfilment; on the contrary, the sense of want is perpetually re-stimulated.

On the other hand, the latter aims to bring to completion the activities of man’s true
being, to establish man in his divine nature.

Thus, if he endeavours to fulfil himself by entering the current of his true being, this current will eventually lead him to the perfect poise of his own true being.

source: Richard Lennoy, Anandamayi, Her Life and Wisdom CHAPTER 6





perfect poise of my own true being



I am free!

It is such freedom to feel myself unencumbered by all that occurs.

It is not that I have no issues to deal with or problems to solve.

I do. And yet they no longer burden me.

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