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Business Inspired Beyond Neurosis

November 24, 2011

Even as Buddhists and practitioners of meditation, when our business begins to lose inspiration, we tend to borrow from our neurotic heritage, and our work becomes like the rest of Americana. At that point, when you run out of reference points of the enlightened point of view, you should not just go back to your neurosis, but you should become inspired beyond your neurosis. On the whole, our trademark should be gentleness.

From "Vajracarya addresses Boulder Ratna Society," in The Best of the Vajradhatu Sun, the first issue ever published, October/November 1978.


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