P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

No-Greed Surpasses Charity By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

No-Greed Surpasses Charity By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

No-greed surpasses charity by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Satyavayu Original Language Chinese No-greed surpasses charity. No-delusion surpasses concentration. No-ill will surpasses morality. No-self-centered thinking surpasses cultivating connections. I follow an ordinary... »

My Daily Activity Is Not Unusual By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

My Daily Activity Is Not Unusual By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

My daily activity is not unusual by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Satyavayu Original Language Chinese My daily activity is not unusual; I just remain in spontaneous harmony. Not grasping or rejecting, nothing left to assert or oppose. What use are fancy titles and expensive... »

The Past Is Already Past By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

The Past Is Already Past By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

The past is already past by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Satyavayu Original Language Chinese The past is already past — Don’t try to regain it. The present doesn’t stay — Don’t try to grasp it over and over. The future isn’t here yet ... »

Not Willing To Let Go Of Grasping And Rejecting By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

Not Willing To Let Go Of Grasping And Rejecting By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

Not willing to let go of grasping and rejecting by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Satyavayu Original Language Chinese Not willing to let go of grasping and rejecting, In vain you labor studying the spiritual path. You read the prescription but you don’t take the medici... »

There Is No I And There Is No Other By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

There Is No I And There Is No Other By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

There is no I and there is no other by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Stephen Mitchell Original Language Chinese There is no I and there is no other. How can there be intimacy or estrangement? I recommend giving up trying to get there by meditation, But rather, directly seiz... »

The Mind Is Like A Reflection In A Mirror By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

The Mind Is Like A Reflection In A Mirror By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

The mind is like a reflection in a mirror by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Stephen Mitchell Original Language Chinese The mind is like a reflection in a mirror: Though it is insubstantial, it is not nonexistent. What is, we have no control over; And what isn’t, is eph... »

When The Mind Is At Peace By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

When The Mind Is At Peace By P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang)

When the mind is at peace by P’ang Yun (Layman P’ang) English version by Stephen Mitchell Original Language Chinese When the mind is at peace, the world too is at peace. Nothing real, nothing absent. Not holding on to reality, not getting stuck in the void, you are neither holy nor wise,... »