Silent Illumination

 

Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

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The Method Of No-Method

The Chan Practice Of Silent Illumination

By: Chan Master Sheng Yen

 

 

“The water is so clear, transparent to the bottom.

Late, late, fishes have yet to appear.

The sky is so vast, without boundaries, distant and out of sight,

The birds have left no trace.”

(Page 85)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Mind is clear and no anxiety dark clouds appear.

 

The Method of No-Method: The Chan Practice of Silent Illumination

 

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