Image via WikipediaThis is a very subtle and (I think) profound teaching from Zencast (a Buddhist Podcast I listen to). I guess it is an example of synchronicity that I discovered it as I am reading Thich Nhat Hanh's "No Death No Fear". It's about the nature of reality, who/what we are and just what is death. The idea is we are not what most of us think we are- our thoughts, feelings, emotions, our body. That I get. What it leaves me struggling with is just "what am I?"
Just when I think I'm grasping this, it seems to elude me. Parts of it are clear as a bell. My guess is this teaching will seem like pure nonsense to some. But, for others, I think it will be very helpful. It's about 40 minutes long.