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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Rural life, Street photography, Words of music on 2019/01/09 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Everything in the universe is created by our own mind. Our mind is the source of all phenomena. Form, sound, smell, taste, and tactile perception such as hot and cold, hard and soft—these are all creations of our mind. They do not exist as we usually think they do. Our consciousness is like an artist, painting every phenomenon into being. Once you have attained the state of the realm of no materiality, you will have succeeded. The realm of no materiality is the state in which we see that no phenomenon exists outside of our own mind.

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along the way Saskatchewan Highway 16 ~ December 2018

  1. Then all “things” serve love. Beautiful photos, Hedy.

  2. I’m serious about snagging shotgun on some road trip with the Bach family.

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  4. These are beautiful photos. They make me think of solitude and silence. Thanks for sharing!

  5. The mind is its own place and in itself, can make a Heaven of Hell, a Hell of Heaven.

  6. amazing pics Hedy, looks a tad cold though 🙂 love and light ❤

  7. Absolutely beautiful frosty lace! Lovely pictures!

  8. Wow wow wow! Gorgeous images, Hedy! And wonderful thoughts.

  9. Sooo beautiful! Your framing is perfect.

  10. Mind-created, yes, and the trick is to remember that this gorgeous world is material at the same time, and we need to pay attention to it. As you have and consistently do, Hedy. Lovely material-immaterial illustrations!

  11. brrrreathtaking ❄️

  12. Superb images Miss Hedy .. windy and quiet, the sort of place one could get lost in their thoughts 🙂👏 Nice

  13. If more snow falls you will have reached the point of no-materiality…

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