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June 02, 2019

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Tivra: It's an object beyond all thought, concepts, imagination, utterly pure and transcendent. Call it "pure Mind" (viśuddha-citta). If you to grasp it, forget it — you'll be on a wild goose chase. Nevertheless, this is what Zen is about: intuiting the transcendent. If you are lucky it might take you anywhere from 5 to 20 years to accomplish this gnosis — and it is only the beginning.

What do you mean by "pure object"?

It's clear what you mean by the ungraspable, un-objectifiable subject, the subject that can never be(come) an object.

However, what would the "pure object" be? Can you clarify this point? Thank you!

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