Thursday, April 17, 2008

No Mind.

One way of meditation practice is consistently cutting off random,
irrelevant thoughts, thereby protecting yourself from delusions. As
soon as one thought arises you must destroy it immediately by being
attentively alert. After random, irrelevant thought has been alertly
destroyed, subsequent associations will not arise. Do not even utilize
the insights gained by this alertness, because being unconcerned with
both random, irrelevant thought and attentive alertness is called

I loves me some Zen. I used to sit on a bench at SU and watch the hotties walk by. I figured
if I could get rid of them random thoughts, I would be a Zen master. I really don't know
if it worked.

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