for M 1. who conceived that ravine or the contour of those slopes Torbay —washing over him as he swims— is trying to say don’t let the barber shave below his collar 2. I love breathing him in my fingers raking his chest a cub wanders the forest after Andrés Montoya & Francisco X. Alarcón … Continue reading “Hair” by Francisco Aragón
After a traumatic experience, our minds and bodies learn to recover.
... teaching me to hear in silence as hearts do ...
It's not just us who suffers when we experience trauma.
Whatever is seen through the eyes, the outer universe and the living beings within – However they seem, remain in a state of non-grasping to them as real. In such freedom from duality, all things are seen as Buddha form, Luminous yet empty, free of desire and attachment; I invoke the Buddha for whom desire … Continue reading Prayer collection: Prayer of the Three Buddha Bodies