Buddhism nourishes the mind and nature:interpret life with the mind of the Buddha’s realm and Tao
“Buddha Cultivation of Mind, Taoism:Interpretation of Life with the Mind of the Buddha’s Realm and Dao” from the aspects of indifferent, standing, worry, resignation, ordinary, tolerance, humility, faith, diligence, learning, making friends, life, etc., with fresh language and The vivid story expounds the profound thoughts of Buddhism and Taoism from multiple angles and levels, reveals the magical principles of life, breaks through the obscurations of the world, and provides profound enlightenment to the world with wise wit, and points out the direction of life for the world. A clear spring that nourishes the heart is a good remedy for suffering. The Buddha also had troubles and pains. Before he became enlightened, he had a lot of desires and thoughts and mental retardation; after enlightenment, his mind was clear and clear, his heart was bright, no desires, and his troubles and pains disappeared. Living in the world, if you don’t want to be deceived by the temptations of the world, don’t want your soul to be polluted, and don’t want your body and mind to be exhausted, you must practice the Buddhist state of mind of”there is nothing in your heart, where can you get the dust?” In harmony with the indifferent disposition of Taoism of”wandering in the red dust and free above the white clouds”, find a clean place for your soul to rest, let go of delusions, let go of troubles, delusions will not reproduce, troubles will not come, life is always Bodhi, the world is full of dojos.
People in the mortal world are always full of dreams and desires, such as future, fame, wealth, status, love, brilliance, etc. The hazy paradise on the other side of the sea is entrusted with the good wishes of our life, attracting us to sail and row forward.
However, reality is often far from what we imagined. Life is not always sunny, and life is not always beautiful. Shadows drift from time to time, thorns appear from time to time, and life is The road is full of mud and bumps, and there are many unsatisfactory things in life. In the disillusionment of dreams and the blow of frustration, most of us have many questions about life. We are exiled in a world of feasting and feasting, gradually losing ourselves, losing our mind, losing our nature, and becoming more and more concerned about ourselves. Not confident, feel more and more difficult to control life, and feel more and more confused about happiness and success. So, wandering around at the crossroads of life, unable to find the direction of life, unable to realize the true meaning of life.
What is the true self? What is real life? What is true happiness? What is real success? How can you discover your true self, move towards a true life, have true happiness, and achieve true success? In this regard, Buddhism and Taoism have given us clear answers and helpful enlightenment.
After a writer became famous, he was always busy. He felt tired in life, so he went to consult an elderly Zen master.
The writer said to the Zen master:”Master, why have I felt that my work has become more and more busy and my life has become more and more tired since I became famous?”
The Zen master asked:”You every day What are you up to?”
The writer answered truthfully:”I have to socialize all day long, I have to make speeches, receive interviews from various media, and write at the same time. Alas! Master, I live too hard and tired.”
The Zen master suddenly opened the closet and said to the writer:”I have bought a lot of beautiful clothes in my life. You wear these beautiful clothes on your body naturally. You can find the answer.”
The writer said:”Master, it is enough for me to wear these clothes on my body. Now you want me to wear these beautiful clothes on my body, I will feel very heavy Yes, I will definitely be extremely uncomfortable.”
The Zen master said:”Since you understand this, why do you still ask me.”
The writer asked:”Master, I I still don’t understand what you mean. Please clarify a little bit more clearly, okay?”
The Zen master said,”Don’t you already know that you are wearing enough clothes on your body, and then you can wear more clothes. With so many beautiful clothes, you will feel very heavy and uncomfortable. Don’t you understand that you are a writer, not a diplomat, or a speaker, let alone a politician, so why do you want to play the role of a socialist and a speech? What about the role of a writer and a politician? Why do you want to do what a communicator, orator, and politician should do? Isn’t this asking for hardship and suffering?”
The writer suddenly realized”Everyone can only pursue their own things and do what they can to achieve happiness and happiness, and life will be easy and happy!”
Many people are busy every day, I made myself physically and mentally exhausted. Why are you so tired? Because I am pursuing something that is not my own, because I am doing something that is beyond my ability. Don’t force yourself on things outside of your body, and don’t force yourself on things outside your body. Only pursue what belongs to you, and only do what you should do. In this way, life will be free and easy.
Buddha and Tao have similar views on the analysis of people’s internal desires and external pursuits, standards of happiness in life, philosophy of life, principles of life, creeds of life, pursuit of fame, etc. , There are similarities in many aspects. Buddhism focuses on nurturing the mind, teaching people to start from the heart, cultivate the forgiving state of selflessness, relieve the ignorant ego, let go of all the worries in the mind, and look at the fame and fortune temptation, success and failure of the outside world; , To inspire the world to start from the nature, cultivate the natural nature that is indisputable and independent from the world, penetrate the dream of life, penetrate the worldly fame and fortune, wander the heart at the beginning of the thing, and be free on the white clouds. Both focus on the career of entering the world with the heart of being born. Like two towering mountains in a narrow world, they show the world their majestic majesty and vigorous thoughts, and they are like two dazzling beams in the dark night, directing people’s confusion and misery. His heart illuminates the long road of life that people walk forward.
From the aspects of indifference, standing, worry, resignation, ordinary, tolerance, humility, faith, diligence, learning, making friends, life, etc., this book uses fresh language and vivid stories, multi-angles and multi-levels. It expounds the profound and profound thoughts of Buddhism and Taoism, reveals the fascinating principles of life, breaks through the obscurities of the world, and provides profound enlightenment to the world with wise tact, and points out the direction of life for the world. It is a clear spring that nourishes the heart and is a cure A cure for bitter illness.
The Buddha also had troubles and pains. Before he became enlightened, he was full of desires and mentally retarded. After enlightenment, his mind was clear and clear, his heart was bright, desires disappeared, and his troubles and pains disappeared naturally. Living in the world, if you don’t want to be deceived by secular temptations, don’t want your soul to be polluted, and don’t want your body and mind to be exhausted, you must practice the Buddhist mentality of”nothing in your heart, where can you get the dust?” In harmony with the indifferent disposition of Taoism of”wandering in the red dust and free above the white clouds”, find a clean place for your soul to rest, let go of delusions, let go of troubles, delusions will not reproduce, troubles will not come, life is always Bodhi, the world is full of dojos.
Reading Buddha, interacting with the great Buddha, and conserving our desolate and dry hearts.
Enlightenment, and dialogue with the wise master, nourish our impetuous and thin nature.
Buddha nourishes the heart, settles down in the heart, and seeks true happiness in the complex world.
Taoism, return to nature, find your true self in a confused world.