Morning meditation — To be free from arising.

‘Dharma is the teaching of nonarising.
To be free from arising is to be free from illusion and error.’

Hui Neng
Euphorbia epithymoides, the cushion spurge?
Euphorbia epithymoides, the cushion spurge?

On our Twitter account, Buddhism Now @Buddhism_Now, most mornings we post a ‘morning meditation’ like the one above.

On the net, of course, it’s morning, afternoon, evening, or nighttime 😀 somewhere.

Click here to read more Morning Meditation posts.

To find more teachings from Zen Master Hui Neng click here.

Categories: Buddhist Insights, Chan / Seon / Zen, Hui Neng, Morning Meditaton

2 replies

  1. But we can arise from difficulty.

    • Yes of course Jose.

      Tibetan saying, ‘Even if you have failed at something nine times, you have still given it effort nine times’.

      Remember the Zen Daruma (Bodhidharma) toys stand back up when knocked down.



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