This veil! It is transparent, and the beloved in plain sight. But I am blinded by what I’ve taken to be seeing. There’s a seeing that shows and a seeing that hides. She is near and far, here and there, a yes and a no. She is my Mona Lisa. She is my Eroma. I … More My Eroma
I left the center for the periphery and beyond. I had to leave home. But on the periphery and beyond all I found was the center again. I now know that I had never left the center. The journey was the dream of the all-encompassing center. I’ve always been home all along. The periphery is … More The All-Encompassing Center
Frithjof Schuon was a Sufi master and metaphysician and the chief exponent of the perennialist school of comparative religion. His approach toward truth is through the path of knowledge, similar to Jnana Yoga in Hinduism. In this short video he explains the relationship between religion and its esoteric dimension.
Every event in our lives is a gift that we will some day unwrap and appreciate. The very being of the moment, the ceaseless flow of conscious experience within which this life-world is given, is the primordial revelation of the One; we only take it for granted, as if it were our own consciousness; little … More To Be Present
The Zen master says “Do not strive to seek the truth; only cease to cherish opinions.” The Sufi master says “Knowledge of truth cannot be attained by seeking, but only those who seek it find it.”