Chinese Poetry, Chinese Texts, Poetry, The Masters

Chuang Tzu’s Action and Non-Action

The true stillness that is at the root of human wisdom and the Taoist endeavorĀ is a positive state, in as much as it is not the absence of anything nor a resistance to anything. Chinese philosopher Chuang Tzu, author of foundational Taoist texts, writes in this poem: "The sage is quiet because he is not… Continue reading Chuang Tzu’s Action and Non-Action

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Krishnamurti and Real Silence

'Silence can only come psychologically when there is no registration whatsoever. Then the mind, the brain itself, is utterly without movement.'- Jiddu KrishnamurtiTweet Jiddu Krishnamurti was an Indian philosopher and visionary who spent his life writing, speaking and transmitting his ideas for a revolution in the human psyche. Not affiliated to any religion or institution,… Continue reading Krishnamurti and Real Silence