Ayya Khema





Ayya Khema

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“If the whole universe can be found in our own body and mind, this is where we need to make our inquires. We all have the answers within ourselves, we just have not got in touch with them yet. The potential of finding the truth within requires faith in ourselves.”
Ayya Khema

“If we divide into two camps--even into violent and the nonviolent--and stand in one camp while attacking the other, the world will never have peace. We will always blame and condemn those we feel are responsible for wars and social injustice, without recognizing the degree of violence within ourselves. We must work on ourselves and also with those we condemn if we want to have a real impact.

Ayya Khema

“Aquí y ahora nos estamos muriendo. Todos nuestros pensamientos, todas nuestras emociones, nuestra respiración, todo nuestro cuerpo, fluye constantemente. Este movimiento constante está en nosotros, al igual que lo está en todo el universo, una muerte y un renacer a cada instante. Entendiendo esta verdad, también podemos entender el renacimiento a mayor escala que sucede cada mañana cuando nos despertamos. No es necesario especular sobre qué sucede después de morir. Ya está sucediendo a cada instante. A medida que el cuerpo envejece, este renacer se vuelve cada vez más débil y frágil, hasta que finalmente no sucede más”
Ayya Khema, ¿Quién es mi yo?: Las enseñanzas originales del Buddha sobre la conciencia

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