Drawing on her poem “The Magic Formula” and an episode from Eiji Yoshikawa’s novel “Musashi,” Rohini explains how real mastery is subtle and extends to everything a master does, and real learning involves a willingness to be humble, empty yourself of ideas, and accept what is offered in the instruction.
and the recipe
Attachment creates false dichotomies, which in turn create conflict where there is no real conflict.
Everything is wrong in the world
Everything is right in the world
Seeing clearly / savvy
If you want to be free, you have to be truthful with yourself.
don’t do it
You cannot hear what is under someone else’s surface presentation unless you are willing to hear your own deeper motivations and vibrations.
|The one with the right answers||Second fiddle|
|Plotting / scheming / manipulating / wannabe alpha||Open to seeing others’ point of view / benevolent|