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September 23, 2007


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Like mind seeks like mind, LOL. I would guess that the mystical power and the mind's will to self-realization have something to do with it. BTW, I can relate to the last part in the author's post about Hui-ko sensing Bodhidharma radiant power. I myself almost collapsed after I visited a great Zen Master in Thu Duc city in Nam. Trust me, it knocks the devil out of you, LOL.


Very good article. Very suitable for newcomers to Zen, with to much aching in their backs from sitting and to little light in their minds from genuine self-awareness of the imageless.

I am impressed by your singular style in conveying the very heart of Chinese "Zen" in such a fascinating use of the english language.


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