It was once said and belief that
the mind is like a painter
spreading the various colours:
However delusion will grasps different forms
But then the elements have no distinctions.
More interesting note from the observer:
"In the elements there's no form,
And no form in the elements;
Yet apart from the elements
No form can be found".
"In the mind is no painting,
In painting there is no mind;
Yet not apart from mind
Is any painting to be found.
The wise man said that mind never stops,
"Manifesting all forms,
Countless, inconceivably many,
unknown to one another".
"Just as a painter
cannot know his own mind
yet paints due to the mind,
so is the nature of all things.
Mind is like an artist,
Able to paint the worlds:
The five clusters [aggregates] are born thence;
There is nothing it does not make"
I would like to know if the mind is inexhaustible
and can people know the actions of the mind?
Surprising it seems this discovery was from Buddha
Fellow photographers, any thing to share on the above?
Photographers spent time examining
and upgrading his tools and talk about
techniques but seldom spent time
to know more about his own mind before
he produces his work.
(me a curplit too)!