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2010/03/25

Zen: The Solitary Bird, the Cuckoo in the Forest

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Zen: The Solitary Bird, the Cuckoo in the Forest Zen Discourse Series
OSHO(Author), Ma Deva Sarito (Editor) 1988/11 Rebel Publishing House Hardcover 269 pages
Vol.2 No.1006★★★★★(残り18冊)

Zen should never be understood as another philosophy.
It is an anti-philosophical attitube.
It is non-thinking, no-mind - just a straight penetration into reality.

Mind has a habit to go round and round.
Its existence is peripheral; only on your circumference does it exist.
The moment you jump towards your center it disappears.
It cannot go with you, within yourself .
It can go with you towards the farthest star - and it is a great companioin as far as objective  reserch is conderned.

But the same companion becomes the greatest barrier when you turn from the outside and start searching within.
Mind is the instrument for outside inquiry; no-mind is the opening of the door of your inner world.
You are not just the body and you are not just the mind.

You are much more, you are a mystery that can never be reduced to any language.
These anecdotes are efforts to bring to your notice this inexplicable, inexpressible reality of your inner world.

You will have to be very loving, very careful in undersitanding these strange dialogues, because the language seems to be the same as we use but hidden between the words and between the lines there is a different poetry, a different song, which we are not accustomed to. OSHO cover flap

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