Chinese Poetry, Chinese Texts, Poetry

Chuang Tzu’s Action and Non-Action

The true stillness that is at the root of human wisdom and the Taoist endeavorĀ is a positive state, in as much as it is not the absence of anything nor a resistance to anything. Chinese philosopher Chuang Tzu, author of foundational Taoist texts, writes in this poem: "The sage is quiet because he is not… Continue reading Chuang Tzu’s Action and Non-Action

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Krishnamurti and Real Silence

Jiddu Krishnamurti was an Indian philosopher and visionary who spent his life writing, speaking and transmitting his ideas for a revolution in the human psyche. Not affiliated to any religion or institution, Krishnamurti's fiercely independent insights continue to inspire spiritual seekers from every walk of life. In this excerpt, like in so many of his… Continue reading Krishnamurti and Real Silence