Siddhartha’s meditation entered another phase.

After sitting quietly for a while, Siddhartha noticed that his thoughts subsided. He experienced a calm and clear awareness from within. He recognized that the man, the water buffalo, the birds, and the worms had one thing in common: each of them was tied to the conditions of its life. A worm was tied to the condition that it was a food source for birds. A small bird was bound by the condition that it might fall prey to larger birds. A water buffalo had to live in captivity and work for its captors.

Siddhartha continued to look deeper. He recognized that life conditions brought fear and pain at times, and enjoyment at others.


43 thoughts on “Siddhartha’s meditation entered another phase.”

    1. A joyful life, lived in peaceful bliss, is the best existence we can hope to achieve. It’s the kind of life that produces positive vibes and feel-good energy, and encourages us to look to the future with high hopes.😊☺️

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