When a monk was traveling on the road, he met an old woman, and asked:
-I would like to know which way that leads to Chao-chou, would you please give me the direction?
The old waman replied:
-Just go straight, don't make any...
Quote: "Stop thinking is the ultimate result of all the Zen practices or techniques. It is the only and final result. " .........
Perhaps is a condition as in emptiness...not resulted by any practice or desire but a condition in emptiness .
No thinking , no mind , no emotion , no life ...a total nothingness perhaps is a condition descriped as emptiness by Siddharta .......in my current understanding , nothingness is a final condition of all being regardless living or non-living by progressing from a natural process known to me as Buddhism.
To me , is not " stop thinking" as this is resulted from a desire but is " non thinking" as a condition in emptiness .
"During any moment in which you're experiencing thoughts that make you feel sick or bad, do your best to change them to thoughts that support the idea of feeling good. Refuse to talk about disease, and work to activate thoughts that predict recovery and overall well-being."