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April 10, 2017


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A very apt analogy of the difference between the conditioned and the unconditioned. In a way, the first moment a wave collapse occurs and the no wave -state emerges within oneself, is one filled with light and bliss. Once the latter is not clung to and left as is, the light remains a guide/beacon especially when the obscuring habit energy retracts the mind back to the ever-changing realities of wave formations and wave interference.

One could say that real practice of Zen (Dhyan) is the mind focusing on that "awakened" beacon within (āśraya-paravritti) as to make its presence stronger and in this process making the influence of the wave formations and interactions weaker until the day the reality of the waveless supersedes any given illusory reality of the waves.

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