Wheel of Life = Illusion

While listening to the rebroadcast of the most recent Nonduality Network Talk Radio show http://nonduality.net/28august2013.mp3, Jerry Katz and Jeff Warren were discussing some good stuff and the subject of past lives was briefly mentioned (around 44:10). Jeff’s mood seemed to shift just for a moment and that was when a tremendous anger came over me.

i can remember how delighted i was to see my past lives, like a cool Houdini trick. Oh how neat. well not so fucking cool when you think about it-how many times i have come and gone-how many times i have had to ride the so called party train. At the same time i am extremely grateful for been given so many opportunities. so Beautiful-so Compassionate-so Loving no matter what!!!!!!!!

i was told yesterday to embrace my anger. well, pissed i was and stayed that way for a good part of the day. when i laid my ignorant head to bed, i thought to myself, hmmmmm. if karma is an illusion, and pain and suffering is an illusion, well, then the Wheel of Life is an illusion.

i hate to be a Debbie Downer or a party pooper but you can shove the Wheel of Life up your ass!!!!!!!!!

It is nothing but a distraction from Being, resting in Silence, another object to focus on. To focus on the Wheel of Life and its bullshit is “as nefarious as turning your back to light”. (thanks AT, lol)

i apologize :_( for being so stubborn. hope You can forgive me.

Although i was told that everything the Buddha said was true, the Wheel of Life is a description of the material universe at different levels and the material universe is an illusion. All that matters is union with That which Is, everything thing else is bullshit!!!!!!!!!!! Become One with That which Is and live your life in true freedom!!!!!!!!!!!!!

take it lite and <3 Lord Bhakti


5 thoughts on “Wheel of Life = Illusion

  1. love you buddy!   To be a spiritual warrior, one must have a broken heart; without a broken heart and the sense of tenderness and vulnerability, your warriorship is untrustworthy. ~Chögyam Trungpa

    “The ancient bodhisattvas were not afraid of, but found joy in failure, poverty and death — and in doing small things.  ~Shunryu Suzuki


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