Insight (52 Meditations)

In-sight is the interior version of physical sight.


It is a seeing into the reality of things – self, relationships, scientific problems – into reality as a Whole, or some part of reality.


In-sights expand our space.  They expand the parameters.  They expand our sensibility.


But they also re-order priorities and tweak life-perspectives.


According to the teachings of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh




In-breath:I ask my spirit
Out-breath: light breaks forth


Words from a spiritual master;


“…while you meditate you are speaking with your own spirit.
In that state of mind you put certain questions to your spirit
and the spirit answers: the light breaks forth and the reality is revealed.


Words from another spiritual master;


A lightning flash:

between the forest trees

I have seen water.

Shiki Masaoka




TAGS: Zen, insight, meditation, interspirituality, intermysticism, interbeing, Thich Nhat Hanh, Abdu’l-Baha, spiritual masters, reality, spirituality, spiritual development, spiritual federalism, interfaith, universalism,

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