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"Waves are a 100% water, water being H2O." Is it not so that waves are also defined by what is not water...i.e. the air around it etc.? If we put a wave in a bucket it ceases to be a wave etc.
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2016 on The enchanting waves at The Zennist
Excellent piece (Just a note - the link to your recounting the Avengers comic book incident is broken - i found the right link http://zennist.typepad.com/zenfiles/2010/01/onepointedness-of-the-comic-book-sky.html by googling...) I loved this bit from the other post : " I had realized after his lecture that to get anyplace in Buddhism, the adept must have a real time spiritual epiphany of Mind seeing Mind. You can’t cheat yourself, either. You either do it or you have to resign yourself to a life of doing good works with every fiber of your being. " That seems to me the perfect method to proceed.
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2012 on Realizing pure Mind at The Zennist
I have always been confused by this 'Zazen is Buddha Nature' idea. My question is how much does zazen play a role in your practice now? Is it essential, but not the end-all-be-all or is it supplementary to other practices?
Toggle Commented Sep 19, 2011 on This is a lot of rubbish at The Zennist
Kojizen - then what does one do?
The only means acceptable we have for attaining nirvana or awakening (bodhi) is to transcend the psychophysical body. This is what the Buddha teaches throughout the Pali canon. This sounds right. But how does one transcend the psychophysical body - what method does the Buddha prescribe?
For arguments sake... What if it had of been a liberal who hood winked T-Pain into doing the drop....would this have come up? Or did we just assume there's no way T-Pain could be a conservative?
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