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  Posted on Aug.13.2009 @ 07:45PM EDT by chontri
The way toward liberation is to train yourself to live in the present
without wanting to become anything. Give up becoming this or that,
live without cravings, and experience... continue...

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INWARD VIEW AND OUTWARD VIEW
To cling to onself as Buddha, oneself as Ch'an or the way,
making that an understanding, is called clinging to the inward view.

Attainment by causes and conditions, practice and realization,
making this an understanding, is called clinging to the outward view.

Master Pao-chi said, "The inward view and the outward view are both mistaken."

Ch'an master Pai-chang


 



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