Saturday, January 14, 2012

But what dies?

     "In Zen practice it's your conditioned self and self-centeredness that die. When we become aware of these delusions, they begin to dissolve. Therefore you are not hindered by these obstacles. Then your true being vividly comes alive."

     Kwong J. No beginning, no end. The intimate heart of Zen. Harmony Books, NY, 2003.

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