Saturday, December 31, 2011

How does a master center a slave? Being centered is a Zen term that means a person is balanced, calm, healthy, peaceful, grounded, nourished. Some might see it as a relaxed state, one of calm, creative, full of the realization of being well-off, in communion with one's self and one's environment… How does a master center a slave? He does it by creating, with his slave, a right relationship, that is, one in which each is free to be him or herself; one with openness, honesty, and clarity of purpose. Centering comes from having a clear focus, mutual support, encouragement, and purpose.

    -- Jack Rinella

No comments:

Post a Comment

Changes

There have been some redirection in the Samadhi Haus.  There has been a large gap of action here and for that I apologize.  I am going to ...