Dharma Poem: BodhisattvasRUs

I get it BodhisattvasRUs same bodies same minds without the scars or the hooks of attachment 6 senses alive unhampered by this way or that shoveling sidewalks offering food me you bodhisattva no difference except for the glow the being-here-now that throws open the world © January 26, 2016 | Carolyn White Advertisements

Dharma Poem: Unimpeded

Unimpededness is “the natural consequence of the union of emptiness and clarity.” It is “the freedom to experience anything and everything whatsoever.” — from Joy of Living by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche Take off the fetters of dislike and like Now you have the whole world to play with Add a bright kindly light and unimpeded Your … More Dharma Poem: Unimpeded

Dharma Poem: My Dharma Body

I wear a coat of many colors transparent as a rainbow a big coat that fills the universe & keeps me warm. Here! You can have it. Dotted with stars sand along the waters’ edge mountains artfully displayed sewn from my teacher’s words the only clothes that fit. © June 8, 2014 Carolyn White

Dharma Poem: Trust

Trust for Tara Where, the yogi asked, do you hold trust in your body? What a question! Mistrust is easy; in my throat and my gut. But trust in the body? Heck! Trust anywhere–in a thought or a person– is, under most conditions, suspect. Let’s try something easier. Again mistrust is clear. I don’t trust … More Dharma Poem: Trust