Posted Jun 10, ’14 – The Innkeeper

 

Lama Sing: When there is that which comes into the mind and looks for a place of residence, you are the innkeeper of your mind. Only you. If you give that thing that enters a place of residence, then none are at fault, none are in error, nothing has been done to you. Only, you have permitted it to be so. And, if you look upon this thing and see it within your inn ‑ which is self ‑ and know it to be bearing no seeds of goodness, would you keep it as a tenant in your inn of self?

You are the innkeeper, and the inn is your life. You are the master of who and what shall dwell therein. No other has this power. Only you.