Samsara is cycles and patterns our minds get stuck in; nirvana is the absence of those cycles and patterns. With samsara, we tend to live on autopilot at the mercy of conditioning. "If x happens, then perform y. If x doesn't happen, then don't perform y." We sacrifice everything that's original and true to use … Continue reading Why Are Samsara & Nirvana the Same?
I love life, and I’m learning to love myself only because I don’t take either of those things seriously. I could die right now; it doesn’t matter to me. I’m just an image, my whole life is pure imagination. These words, this house, the big sky outside and all of these thoughts and feelings based … Continue reading Is Buddhism Supposed to be Fun (TTB Article)
Working with affliction.
Inner transcript of a Vipassana session.
Part 2 on how to practice Abhidharma Vipassana
What is Samadhi? A neurological explanation.