心大了,这个世界的烦恼就小了;心小了,这个世界的烦恼就大了;心无所住!

致妙清:心中的涅槃

02 07月
作者:妙清自牧|分类:生活|标签:生活 人生 工作
今天早晨五点钟,我迎着晨曦起床,坐上120汽车,前往一个老人之家服务。早起的清新空气和初升的阳光,带给我无尽的宁静和力量。白天,我在老人之家与老人们交流,听他们讲述人生的故事,感受到他们的智慧和阅历。晚上回到家后,我看了一段关于心脏瓣膜置换术全过程的视频。这段视频让我不禁回想起去年五月,我在成都市第三人民医院手术室里,经历了那场长达五个多小时的手术。在那段时间里,我在手术台上,失去了知觉,但心中却留下了深刻的记忆和感悟。

心的历程

手术后,我感受到了一种重生的力量。就像《心经》里所说的:“照见五蕴皆空,度一切苦厄。”在经历了生死边缘的考验后,我更深刻地体会到,人的身体不过是一个容器,真正重要的是心灵的觉悟和安定。身体的痛苦与无常无法避免,但心灵的解脱与平静却是我们可以追求和获得的。

手术前,我对生命的理解比较浅薄,总是被琐事所困扰。手术后的恢复期,给了我大量的时间去反思和沉淀。每一次深呼吸,每一个安静的时刻,我都能感受到生命的脆弱与坚韧交织在一起。每一次心跳,都让我感受到生命的奇迹与美好。这种感受是无法用言语完全表达的,只能在心灵深处默默体会。

观自在

《心经》开篇提到:“观自在菩萨,行深般若波罗蜜多时,照见五蕴皆空,度一切苦厄。”在手术后的恢复期,我时常反思这段经文。观自在,意味着对自身内心的觉察和观照。在面对病痛与无常时,我学会了更好地关注自己的内心,倾听内心深处的声音。这种观照让我逐渐摆脱了对身体痛苦的执着,找到了内心的平静与自由。

在医院的那段时间里,我见到了许多与我一样正在与病痛作斗争的病人。我们相互鼓励,分享各自的故事和感受。在这些交流中,我学会了如何更加深入地观照自己的内心,如何在痛苦中找到安宁。观自在不仅仅是对自身的观照,也是对他人痛苦的理解和共情。通过这种共情,我发现了更多内心的力量和智慧。

金刚智慧

《金刚经》中说:“应无所住而生其心。”这句话让我深受启发。经历了心脏瓣膜置换术后,我深刻感受到,生命中的许多事情是我们无法控制的。正如手术的成败,生死的无常,都是我们无法预知和掌控的。但是,我们可以选择如何面对这些无常。无住于心,意味着不执着于外界的变化和无常,而是保持内心的宁静与安定。只有这样,我们才能在风雨中屹立不倒,在痛苦中找到平静。

术后的恢复期,我时常读《金刚经》,希望从中找到更多的智慧和力量。每一段经文都像是一面镜子,照见我内心的执着与恐惧。在经文的引导下,我学会了如何放下这些执着,如何在无常中找到自己的心安。无住于心,不是放弃一切,而是在面对一切时,能够保持内心的平静与坚定。这种心态的转变,让我在恢复的过程中,变得更加坚强和有力量。


道德经的智慧


《道德经》中,老子说:“知人者智,自知者明。”这句话让我在手术后的恢复过程中受益良多。了解他人固然重要,但更重要的是了解自己。在与病痛抗争的过程中,我学会了更好地了解自己的身体和心灵。我意识到,真正的智慧不仅仅在于外界的知识和经验,更在于对自我的深刻了解和觉悟。

手术后的每一个夜晚,我都会静静地躺在床上,回顾自己的一天。通过这种反思,我逐渐发现了自己的力量和弱点。了解自己,不仅仅是了解自己的身体状况,更是了解自己的心理状态和情感需求。每一次的反思,都是一次自我觉醒的过程。通过这种觉醒,我逐渐找到了生命的意义和方向。

《道德经》中还有一句话:“上善若水。水善利万物而不争,处众人之所恶,故几于道。”这句话给了我很大的启发。在面对病痛和困境时,我学会了如何像水一样,柔韧而坚定。水的力量在于它的柔韧和包容,不与万物争斗,却能滋润万物。通过这种智慧,我学会了如何在困境中保持自己的柔韧和坚定,不与外界的困难争斗,而是顺应自然,找到自己的道路。

心灵的涅槃

经历了心脏瓣膜置换术,我感觉自己经历了一次心灵的涅槃。身体的病痛虽然带来了许多不便和痛苦,但也让我重新审视了生命的意义和价值。正如《心经》中所说的:“色即是空,空即是色。”身体的存在和消亡,不过是生命的一部分,而真正永恒的是我们的心灵和觉悟。

在朋友的陪伴和支持下,我逐渐从手术的阴影中走了出来。我明白,生命中的每一次经历,都是我们成长和觉悟的机会。无论是痛苦还是快乐,都是我们心灵修炼的一部分。就像《金刚经》所教导的那样,我们应无所住而生其心,不被外界的变化所动摇,保持内心的平静和安宁。

在手术后的恢复过程中,我还读了许多关于生命和健康的书籍。这些书籍不仅给了我许多实用的健康知识,更让我对生命有了更加深刻的理解。我明白,生命是短暂而珍贵的,每一个健康的日子都是一种恩赐。通过这些书籍,我学会了如何更好地照顾自己的身体,如何在日常生活中保持健康和积极的心态。

结语

通过这次心脏瓣膜置换术,我深刻体会到了生命的无常和脆弱。同时,我也感受到了一种前所未有的力量,那就是心灵的觉悟和宁静。无论未来还会遇到什么样的挑战和困难,我都相信,只要保持内心的平静和觉悟,我就能度过一切难关。

正如《道德经》中所说:“大音希声,大象无形。”真正的智慧和力量,往往是无声无形的。它们存在于我们的内心深处,等待我们去发现和觉悟。在未来的日子里,我会继续保持这份觉悟和宁静,迎接生命中的每一个挑战和机遇。

今天的经历让我更加深刻地明白,生命中的每一个时刻都是宝贵的。无论是晨起的清新空气,还是与老人的交流,都是生命的礼物。通过这种觉悟,我学会了如何更加珍惜每一个当下,如何在日常生活中找到平静和幸福。无论未来的路有多么艰难,我都相信,内心的觉悟和宁静会引导我走向光明和希望。

后记

写下这篇感悟文章,我感到心灵得到了极大的释放和安慰。希望这些文字不仅能记录我的心路历程,也能带给读者一些启示和力量。无论你正在经历什么样的困境和挑战,记住,内心的力量和智慧是你最好的依靠。愿我们都能在生命的旅程中,找到内心的宁静和觉悟,迎接每一个新的黎明。


This morning at five o'clock, I got up against the dawn and took the 120 car to go to a senior care home to serve. The fresh air in the early morning and the rising sun brought me endless peace and strength. During the day, I communicated with the elderly in the senior care home, listened to them tell the stories of their lives, and felt their wisdom and experience. When I returned home in the evening, I watched a video about the entire process of heart valve replacement surgery. This video made me couldn't help but recall last May when I underwent that five-and-a-half-hour-long surgery in the operating room of the Third People's Hospital in Chengdu. During that time, I was on the operating table and lost consciousness, but a deep memory and realization were left in my heart.

The journey of the heart

After the surgery, I felt a kind of reborn power. Just as it is said in the Heart Sutra: "See that all five aggregates are empty, and cross over all sufferings and miseries." After experiencing the test on the brink of life and death, I have a deeper understanding that a person's body is just a container, and what is truly important is the awakening and stability of the mind. The pain and impermanence of the body are unavoidable, but the liberation and peace of the mind are what we can pursue and obtain.

After the surgery, my understanding of life was rather shallow, and I was always troubled by trivial matters. The recovery period after the surgery gave me a lot of time to reflect and precipitate. Every deep breath and every quiet moment allowed me to feel the interweaving of the fragility and toughness of life. Every heartbeat made me feel the wonder and beauty of life. This feeling is impossible to be fully expressed in words, and can only be quietly experienced in the depths of the heart.

Observing oneself

At the beginning of the Heart Sutra, it is mentioned: "The Bodhisattva who observes oneself, when practicing the profound Prajñāpāramitā, sees that all five aggregates are empty, and crosses over all sufferings and miseries." During the recovery period after the surgery, I often reflect on this scripture. Observing oneself means being aware of and observing one's own inner self. In the face of illness and impermanence, I learned to pay better attention to my own inner self and listen to the voice from the deep inside. This observation allowed me to gradually get rid of the attachment to the pain of the body and find inner peace and freedom.

In the hospital during that time, I saw many patients like me who were struggling with the pain. We encouraged each other and shared our stories and feelings. In these communications, I learned how to observe myself more deeply, and how to find peace in the midst of suffering. Observing oneself is not only about observing oneself, but also about understanding and empathizing with the suffering of others. Through this empathy, I discovered more inner power and wisdom.

The wisdom of the Diamond Sutra

It is said in the Diamond Sutra: "Without abiding in anything, give rise to the mind." This sentence deeply inspired me. After experiencing heart valve replacement surgery, I deeply felt that many things in life are beyond our control. Just like the success or failure of the surgery and the impermanence of life and death, they are all beyond our knowledge and control. However, we can choose how to face these impermanences. Without abiding in the mind, it means not being attached to the changes and impermanences of the outside world, but rather maintaining inner peace and stability. Only in this way can we stand firm in the wind and rain and find peace in the midst of suffering.

During the recovery period after the surgery, I often read the Diamond Sutra, hoping to find more wisdom and strength from it. Every passage in the scripture is like a mirror, showing my inner attachments and fears. Under the guidance of the scripture, I learned how to let go of these attachments and how to find my own peace of mind in the impermanence. Without abiding in the mind does not mean giving up everything, but rather being able to maintain inner peace and firmness when facing everything. This change in mindset has made me become stronger and more powerful during the recovery process.

The wisdom of the Tao Te Ching

In the Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu said: "Those who know others are wise, and those who know themselves are discerning." This sentence has benefited me a lot during the recovery process after the surgery. Understanding others is important, but more importantly, it is to understand oneself. In the process of fighting against the pain, I learned to better understand my own body and mind. I realized that the true wisdom lies not only in the outside world's knowledge and experience, but more in the deep understanding and awakening of the self.

After the surgery, every night I would lie quietly in bed and review my day. Through this reflection, I gradually discovered my own power and weaknesses. Understanding oneself is not only about understanding one's physical condition, but also about understanding one's psychological state and emotional needs. Every reflection is a process of self-awakening. Through this awakening, I gradually found the meaning and direction of life.

The rebirth of the soul

After experiencing heart valve replacement surgery, I felt like I had undergone a spiritual rebirth. The physical pain has brought many inconveniences and pains, but it also made me re-examine the meaning and value of life. Just as it is said in the Heart Sutra: "Form is exactly the same as empty, and empty is exactly the same as form." The existence and disappearance of the body are just a part of life, and what is truly eternal is our mind and awakening.

With the company and support of friends, I gradually emerged from the shadow of the surgery. I understand that every experience in life is an opportunity for our growth and awakening. Whether it is pain or happiness, it is all a part of our spiritual practice. Just like what the Diamond Sutra teaches, we should give rise to the mind without abiding in anything, and not be shaken by the changes outside the world, and maintain inner peace and serenity.

During the recovery process after the surgery, I also read many books about life and health. These books not only gave me a lot of practical health knowledge, but also allowed me to have a deeper understanding of life. I understand that life is short and precious, and every healthy day is a kind of blessing. Through these books, I learned how to better take care of my body and how to maintain a healthy and positive mindset in daily life.

Conclusion

Through this heart valve replacement surgery, I have deeply realized the impermanence and vulnerability of life. At the same time, I also felt a kind of previously unknown power, which is the awakening and peace of the mind. No matter what challenges and difficulties I will encounter in the future, I believe that as long as I maintain inner peace and awakening, I can get through all the difficulties.

浏览41 评论1
返回
目录
返回
首页
致妙清:从河图洛书汲取智慧的服务之旅 致妙清:无所从来,亦无所去

发表评论

  • 评论列表
欢迎你第一次访问网站! 您是本站第33782名访客 今日有0篇新文章

分享:

支付宝

微信