No Path

Existence or Consciousness is the only reality.
Consciousness plus waking we call waking.
Consciousness plus sleep we call sleep.
Consciousness plus dream, we call dream.
Consciousness is the screen on which all the pictures come and go.
The screen is real, the pictures are mere shadows on it.

Mind is a wonderful force inherent in the Self.
That which arises in this body as 'I' is the mind.
When the subtle mind emerges through the brain and the senses, the gross names and forms are cognized.
When it remains in the Heart, names and forms disappear.
If the mind remains in the Heart, the 'I' or the ego which is the source of all thoughts will go, and the Self, the Real, Eternal 'I' alone will shine.

-Sri Ramana Maharshi

The No-Path of the Clear Light Yogin or Yogini is to realize what Sri Ramana Maharshi says for yourself as infinitely more and infinitely less than an intellectual position. This page is a series of notes on Clear Light Mind Realization. To wake up to this is to wake from dream into reality. There is no difference between such a solitary No-Path and "Buddhism," and if you want proof, the Hridaya proves it. Robes and sutras have nothing to do with "inner Yoga" that discloses the secret essence of all phenomena. Do not hold dualistic thoughts that "energy" or even "matter" are different from consciousness. Shedding intellectual distinctions leads to great bliss. My own practice these days is to constantly deepen hara-awareness [Haragei]: a kind of Japanese shugendo aiming to unify "body" and "mind" in a naturally perfected state of Muga Mushin. Many of my notes on this page spring directly from such a state of luminosity. Note that Tiger-Spirit Zen has an inner "energetic" relationship with the intrinsic power of Uncreated Knowing -- the "GREAT DRAGON LOVING GIFTED [ONE]" Guardian of all bearers of Spontaneous Realization, is a Sage whose activity includes everything that appears in the light of consciousness, even mountains and clouds. Svaha!

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