Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Great Power

The first time the choice is made to rely on the clarity of awareness rather than emphasizing points of view, there is a sense of the great power of complete relief to be found in clarity. By persisting in this one simple choice, benefits are seen from the outset.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Moment-to-Moment Clarity

We choose for clarity to be obvious to us or not. Moment-to-moment clarity is the most important choice we will ever make.

Monday, March 29, 2010


The innate ability to be at ease—wise, balanced and compassionate, is discovered in the clarity of awareness.

(Because of the habit of emphasizing points of view, the initial brief moments of clarity may not last long at first. In other words, there may be no real stability. It may almost immediately slip away. This is perfectly fine. That is why short moments are repeated many times until awareness becomes automatic. This is the key point in gaining confidence in clarity.)

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Complete Mental and Emotional Stability

Awareness, in the immediacy of the flow of thoughts, emotions and sensations, is the source of profound insight, perfect clarity, complete mental and emotional stability, compassion and skillfulness in all situations.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Clarity and Alertness

When the next thought comes, it appears due to the clarity and alertness of awareness. This is similar to the vast sky being present regardless of the presence of what appears within it.

Friday, March 26, 2010

This is what Awareness is!

Just rest the mind and body naturally, without pushing away thoughts, without seeking anything. This is all that is required, whether activity is strenuous, relaxed or in-between. What remains is clarity and alertness that is open like a clear sky. This is what awareness is!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Instinctive Recognition of Awareness

Awareness, relaxed and enormously potent, is the source of mental and emotional stability, insight and skillful qualities and activities. By the power of instinctive recognition of awareness, these become increasingly evident.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

It makes no Difference

It makes no difference what points of view arise. In awareness, they vanish naturally, leaving no trace, like a line drawn in the sky.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Inseparable from Awareness

Like the color blue is inseparable from the sky, points of view are inseparable from awareness. We come to realize that no point of view has an origin independent of awareness.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Awareness and Points of View

Points of view within awareness can be likened to a breeze blowing through the air. The breeze and the air are inseparable. Both are air

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Always Present Awareness

At the very moment points of view form, recognize always present awareness.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Awareness is Obvious

When we stop thinking for a moment, the clarity of awareness is obvious. This clarity that is present when we are not thinking, is also present when we are thinking. All thoughts appear and vanish naturally, like the flight path of a bird in the sky.

Friday, March 19, 2010

The Basis of All Perceptions

Awareness is the basis of all perceptions. Without awareness, there wouldn’t be knowledge of anything.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Awareness is Essential

Awareness is the key point of our existence. It is the primary faculty through which we know that we exist. It would be impossible to know anything at all without awareness. Awareness is essential to every single perception.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Ultimate Comfort

The only place we’ll ever find ultimate comfort and well-being is in the clarity of awareness.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


There is no need to find clarity. Relax. Just relax; that’s all. Clarity will effortlessly become increasingly evident.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Naturally Present

There is no need to look for clarity. There is no need to ask, “Where is it?” “Is it there or not?” There is no need to look around for clarity, which is naturally present at all times. Simply enjoy short moments of clarity and its natural continuity becomes obvious.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Joy of Knowing

With instinctive recognition, the obviousness of clarity and the joy of certainty become evident as our fundamental basis. This is the joy of knowing that clarity is the indestructible essence of all experience

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Clarity is Natural

Clarity is equally pervasive at all times like the brilliant light that fills a clear sky at high noon. Clarity is natural just as it is. We don’t need anything for that clarity to be; it is just naturally arising, naturally present. It doesn’t depend on anything.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Clarity is inseparable from Thoughts

Clarity is inseparable from the thought like the color blue is inseparable from the sky. We have a sense of clarity as the basic space of the thought—the basic space of the point of view—itself.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Instinctive Clarity

Instinctive clarity—depend only on that. Whether there is thought or no thought, simply rely on complete perceptual openness. Clarity itself is the key point. The key point is whether there is instinctive recognition of clarity or not, not in whether there is the presence or absence of thoughts.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Enjoy Clarity

All thoughts are the natural flow of clear awareness. Do not try to change the thoughts. Simply enjoy clarity rather than building more confidence in the thoughts themselves.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Rely on Clarity

In the beginning, instinctive clarity may last two or three seconds; maybe ten seconds. The short moments of recognition naturally grow longer. We relax and trust the way and pace of clarity in ourselves. We rely on clarity to let experience flow along its natural course.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Clarity is Complete

A short moment of clarity is complete. It is free from involvement in hope and fear, ups and downs and other extremes of points of view.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Clarity is Naturally Present

If there is a moment of clarity or not it's fine. If there is complete distraction by thoughts, that’s fine. If there is distraction, simply relax in a natural way as soon as it is noticed that there is distraction. This is a short moment of clarity. By repeating it again and again, it is recognized that it is always present. Clarity is naturally present whether there is distraction or not. This is how easy clarity is!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Absolute Simplicity

This is powerful clarity that has nothing to guard or defend. The natural ease of clarity is wide open in all points of view. It is absolute simplicity and spaciousness of mind.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Instinctive Clarity

Clarity is self-maintained amidst the flow of points of view. Then, if the recognition of clarity slips away, it is simply repeated again. Short moments, repeated many times, acknowledge instinctive clarity. It is simply found to be true in our experience.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


By the power of short moments of clarity, many times, it becomes continuous. There is relief from belief in points of view. When short moments of clarity are repeated many times, it is recognized to be continuous and uninterrupted. It is found to be stable in itself.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Relying on Clarity

Relying on clarity leads to spontaneous benefit and relying on points of view leads to confusion and tension. Instinctive clarity elicits inherent peace, love, happiness and permanent well-being.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Beneficial Qualities

A tightly constructed personal identity is built by accumulating points of view. True, uncontrived identity is discovered in clarity and its beneficial qualities and activities.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Crystal Clear Openness

When points of view are emphasized, it is assumed that they have a power of their own. Instinctive clarity is to know that a point of view has its only origin in crystal clear openness. All points of view have their source in clarity and no point of view can be found to have an independent nature.