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  The Zen Master Hoshin lived in China many years. Then he returned to the northeastern part of Japan, where he taught his disciples. When he was getting very old, he told them a story he had heard in China. This is the story: One year on... continue...

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vertical line Posted on Dec.27.2012 @ 01:43AM EDT by leoj99
Nothing.. Stop thinking...lol

Mooji - Its Nothing, Nothing, Nothing!.

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Dec.27.2012
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OSHO: Heart to Heart Talks
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Dec.27.2012
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The Cause of All Trouble
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Reply from oldwinemak
Dec.27.2012
02:45AM EDT 
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vertical line it never is nothing..nor is it empty of emptyness...its the content of the thought..that makes the minds mindness
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Reply from Riverstone
Dec.29.2012
03:23AM EDT 
vertical line Concentration practice can bring you to a place of no thought. It is a powerful and useful skill, yet a bit lopsided without insight meditation which is an awrness of thought. Used together you can root karma.
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Reply from Riverstone
Dec.29.2012
03:27AM EDT 
vertical line Concentration practice can bring you to a place of no thought. It is a powerful and useful skill, yet a bit lopsided without insight meditation which is an awrness of thought. Used together you can root karma.
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Reply from oldwinemak
Dec.29.2012
06:33AM EDT 
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vertical line no thought is simply not the option..right thought is the proper result..reaching for the unobtainable is dukkha..the unimaginable...terminology that sounds cool..will not produce compassion and kindness to all..this above all else is what the mind should center on..the rest will take care of itself
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Dec.29.2012
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