Non-duality Part II: Yin-Yang

The yin-yang diagram illustrates how nonduality includes duality—but must be understood through dynamic “process” thinking rather than static “entity” thinking.

While the metaphor of the ocean (oneness) and the waves (many) that temporarily arise is a wonderful illustration of nondualism, it doesn’t spawn much further understanding. The ancient Chinese yin-yang diagram (shown here), associated with Daoism, highlights more dimensions. 

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How Do I Live My Life?

Is this a problem that cries out for a solution? Or an invitation to investigation?

grassThe question “How do I live my life?” has been coming up for me lately. I’ve been exploring  two versions of it.

The first version arises as a cry from the heart: “How do I live my life?”

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