Nothing – Form is emptiness and emptiness is form.
‘Til recent, sunyata namaskar has been a blog sharing information found while wandering the perimeters of Cyberia. Moving forward it will be more peppered with personal reflection on many of the same topics. Western elements will work their way in, all in the interest of wholeness and reflection of real life happenings.
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May all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness;
May all be free from sorrow and the causes of sorrow;
May all never be separated from the sacred happiness which is sorrowless;
And may all live in equanimity, without too much attachment and too much aversion,
And live believing in the equality of all that lives.