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How To Treat Others


When dealing with another,

do so with the absence of your mind.

When you do this,

that person will feel at utmost ease.

When you do this,

you will become one with that person.

When you become one with him,

he will listen to your words,

which are free of mind.


Love, compassion, and benevolence

confine the mind of another,

for they are all attachments;

they are undesirable,

for they cause you to create karma

which is what gives birth to the human mind.

If a person attempts to do you harm out of greed

avoid him,

but do so absent of the thought that you are doing it.

This means that no impressions will be left in his mind

and neither will any be left in yours.


If a conflict occurs between you and another

due to his greed,

stand by his side and agree absent of mind;

pretend that you too are greedy

and then slip out later.

This means that so long as you do not become

immersed in his way of thinking,

that mind of greediness will be his

while you will remain as you are.


Why do we undergo trials in life?

We undergo them because of our own karmas.

If you were to ask me how you can overcome

the trials you are experiencing due to your karmic ties,

I would tell that

you must not afford your mind to those trials,

or in other words that

the trials do not exist unless you are present in them.


excerpted from the book titled ' Nature's Flow' p92





Countless stars exist in the universe,

for you have come to exist.

So do the countless occurrences in the world.

They are all created by the mind of man.

Countless minds live together in the world,

but the only Mind that exists

is the one absent of attachments.


The life you live ignorant of who you are is

a futile expression of our mind;

in other words it is a meaningless life.

The will of the Universe is that man's life exists

absent of his non-existent mind;

it is the profound logic behind

the existence of God's realm.

But man lives on not knowing it.


excerpted from the book titled ' Nature's Flow' p 163




Human life is

the life man lives.

Man lives following the passage of time

ignorant of his purpose.

But there is no one in this world

who is able to give him an answer.



Commit yourselves to the work of this world

without any attachments.

Human life will pass one way or another,

so let go of all of the attachments that you have and live.


Attachments are what you have

in the mind you possess.

Your foundation is non-existent,

but the mind you possess desires to live life,

and it is this mind that has become your attachment.


What you must all realize is that

a life of Truth is a life free of everything.

Human life is fleeting,

but man does not know this;

instead he is lost in his mind,

only to die due to that attachment.


excerpted from the book titled ' Nature's Flow' p 186




People live with longing,

not knowing what they must live for.


People live in this world

laughing, crying, talking, and sighing.


The sadness passes with the years,

but one lives attached to it.


The Universe exists as it is

and thus all creations in the world

are absent of attachments.


There is no sadness in the Universe,

but man alone has countless kleshas.


Man alone thinks ceaselessly in vain

and thus lives creating useless kleshas.


excerpted from the book titled ' Nature's Flow' p 226


Nature's Flow 1


When the wind blows,

I follow the wind;

and when the rain falls,

it soaks my body.

When you live life without minds,

life is simply what it is.

Without blaming time that continues to pass,

I just live.

Unaware of good or bad,

I just live.


excerpted from the book titled ' Mind' p 16


Nature 1


Mountain birds live in the mountains;

river birds live near the river;

and seabirds live by the ocean.

All things live where they should;

everything is in its rightful place.

People live among people

and the shapes of all things are the shapes of life.

The minds of all things are different

because of their shapes and forms.

A bird flies through the air,

and a mountain creature cries in the hills.


excerpted from the book titled ' Mind' p 17




Every person has memories.

Memories are what one remembers of the past.

Past memories become the roots of one's mind,

and they form the present,

which is lived with this karma.

karma is a form of past memories,

and their roots are deep.


One's present life is lived

with the karma from his previous lives.

So in a way, his present life is his past lives.

How one lives now - his destiny -

is decided by his memories.

Past events are meaningless,

as are all things of the present,

so one should not continue to dwell on

the memories of a meaningless life.


There is one great thing in life -

it is setting all your memories ablaze.

Setting alight your memories means

setting your karma aflame,

freeing you from the sufferings of your burdens

for eternity, even after your death.


When you have karma,

you receive the judgment of this karma.

Human life is lived with karma that are memories,

so a person without minds reaches heaven.

That one is poor in spirit, that he has no minds,

means he does not have memories.

Being without memories

means one does not have any greed in his mind.


excerpted from the book titled ' Mind' p 23




A person with a lot of karma finds it difficult

to become Truth

because he tries to do so while making

his sense of self stronger.

He is unsuccessful because he makes

even more minds of self,

on top of what he already has.

Truth is the true world that exists when there is no self,

so Truth does not exist in a mind that seeks;

there is no Truth within one's thoughts.


excerpted from the book titled ' Mind' p 67

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