Endless River
The Greater Will 

Zen

The great paradox of realisation; we are invited to know that which is unknowable.

There is something formless yet complete,
that existed before heaven and earth;
without sound, without substance,
dependent on nothing, unchanging;
all pervading, unfailing,
without beginning, without ending.
One may think of it as the mother of all things.
Its true name we do not know.

An opportunity to learn about yourself and discover deeper layers of kindness, joy and peace within.

Sundays, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
ZOOM LINK:  https://tinyurl.com/y2q9yykd
(Australia Sydney, Melbourne time)

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Zen

It was more like having had a cataract taken off my brain, letting me experience the world and myself properly for the first time, for that dark radiance seemed to reveal the essence of everything.  ~John Wren-Lewis



 
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