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Zen Buddhism

In The

20th Century

By: Heinrich Dumoulin

 

Translated By Joseph  S. O’Leary

“The Eastern self is grounded in itself and transcends all human capacities and activities, especially consciousness, intellectual thinking, and representing. “

(Page 43)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Doing walking, working, or sitting meditation we lose our self. We let go of our emotions. Peal away the self and the only thing left is the now. 

 


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