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  When Yang-shan Hui-chi (807-883), as a young monk, paid a visit to the Ch'an master
Hsing-k'ung, there was a monk who asked Hsing-k'ung:
-What is the meaning of the Patriarch's coming from the West?
Hsing-k'ung replied:
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vertical line Posted on Nov.22.2012 @ 02:29PM EDT by leoj99
Oneness and Duality.

What is Oneness and Duality. It seems in the West their colors are different from the East.

Could you please enlighten me.

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Reply from Sam Hardy
Nov.22.2012
02:32PM EDT 
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vertical line One can't enlighten the already enlightened.

(eats watermelon and says nothing)  :)
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Reply from leoj99
Nov.22.2012
02:34PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "One can't enlighten the already enlightened.

(eats watermelon and says nothing)  :)
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What can I say anything about eating watermelon.. it is a just do it thing.
Haven't Wilber and others saying it already.. why should I say more..lol
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Reply from sit_teh
Nov.22.2012
07:10PM EDT 
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vertical line "What good is it to spend your life accumulating material things?
It isn't in keeping with the Tao.

What benefit in conforming your life to someone else's conventions?
It violates your nature and dissipates your energy.

Why separate your spiritual life from your practical life?
In an integral being there is no such distinction.

Live simply and virtuously, true to your nature,
drawing no line between what is spiritual and what is not.

Ignore time.
Relinquish ideas and concepts.
Embrace the Oneness.

This is the Integral Way."
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Reply from leoj99
Nov.22.2012
07:18PM EDT 
vertical line Who said that. Is it connect with Oneness and Duality?
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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.22.2012
07:28PM EDT 
vertical line What's wrong?
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Reply from Avisitor
Nov.22.2012
08:39PM EDT 
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vertical line Quote: ""What good is it to spend your life accumulating material things?
It isn't in keeping with the Tao.

What benefit in conforming your life to someone else's conventions?
It violates your nature and dissipates your energy.

Why separate your spiritual life from your practical life?
In an integral being there is no such distinction.

Live simply and virtuously, true to your nature,
drawing no line between what is spiritual and what is not.

Ignore time.
Relinquish ideas and concepts.
Embrace the Oneness.

This is the Integral Way."
"
.........

Thanks ... I feel better now ....
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