The Zen of Wisdom ebook is a compilation of casual discussions with spiritual seekers on spirituality, savoir vivre, dating and love relationships, cats, psychology/psychiatry, health and diet, Enlightenment, personality profiling, etc., along with a particular emphasis on Spiritual Healing, which is the ultra-rare capacity to see oh-so-clearly into the very heart/intention of one's own self and is not different from Forgiveness.
The vast majority of participants are intimately known by the teacher who has worked closely with them for many years, thus, most have had enough spiritual training to be able to 'turn within' and face things that less experienced students might not be prepared to face.
The information itself automatically leads to greater self-awareness, inner- courage, and the freedom to be 'more human'. READMORE.
The Zen Of Wisdom
SAMPLE: "...one thing you get with high discernment is the ignorance of man is rather extreme. Even though most normal people know how to walk and talk like they know something, the fact is they really don't know anything. I'm sure that when you think of Ozzy, you realize he's not the brightest candle on the cake. Half the time he doesn't make any sense, and you're probably looking closely at his lips to see if he could actually be drooling. He's pretty damn dumb, and I'm pretty sure that 30 years of stuffing cocaine and hard liquor down all day and all night long didn't help. I mean, the guy has demons, let's face it."
With discernment, everyone sort of seems like Ozzy. Even those the world considers intelligent, quick-witted, clear-eyed folks seem rather Ozzy'ish. Their profound ignorance comes into full view.
I'll bet you like Ozzy, too. Everyone likes the guy. His reality show was the biggest MTV show to date, which shows you his likability factor is huge. Even his music, although totally unsophisticated and somewhat cheesy, it's hard to listen to Crazy Train and not like it. Some of his stuff, you're almost ashamed that you like it. I remember back when he was at his peak, in the 80's, even rappers were admitting they loved his sh*t. When I was in school, all the rapper people hated the metal scene, and the metal people hated the rapper stuff. Yet everyone agreed on Ozzy. His stuff was alright.
This is what it's like with discernment. Everyone is sort of like Ozzy. Dumb, making stupid choices, playing with evil, ruining their own lives as well as that of others (Ozzy wasn't exactly a good influence), and speaking gibberish most of the time. It's oddly difficult to scorn or not love them. I'm not about to invite the Ozzman over, but he's lovable. Nothing in common with the guy, I couldn't talk to him about much, yet if he asked me for a smoke I'd be pleased to hand him a stack and go, "They're organic, I made ‘em mee-self."
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