Incarnate

Even the most transcendent visions of spirituality must shine through the here and now and be brought to life in how we walk, eat, and love one another. This is not easy. The power of our fear, the habits of judgment within us, repeatedly prevent our touching the sacred. Often we will unconsciously draw our spirituality back to the polarity of good and bad, sacred and profane. Where is liberation to be found? The Buddha taught that both human suffering and human enlightenment are found in our own fathom-long body with its senses and mind. If not here and now, where else will we find it?

Jack Kornfield, A Path with Heart

2 thoughts on “Incarnate

  1. Thank you for your writings. They inspire me every day. I appreciate you sharing the wisdom teachings you offer.

    Happy holiday and eishing you a new year filled with love, light and abundance.

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