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  Ching-yuan Wei-hsin, a Chinese Ch'an master, once said this:
Thirty years ago, when having not studied Ch'an,
this monk saw mountain was mountains and water was water.
Later, when following the good teacher's guide, this monk... continue...

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LETTING GO
Friends:

Have you practiced the technique called "Letting Go"?
If you have, how does it work for you?

If you do not know what you will be able to let it go
and what you will not be able to let it go,
so you will waste your time and energy in vain.
You might think it was gone, actually it has never gone,
it's still there and will come back.

Moreover, if something is really yours, then how could
you let it go, when it's yourself?
And if something is not yours, then how could you let it
go, when it has nothing to do with you?

Therefore, you should know what you will be able to
do "letting go" and what you will not.

ChonTri


 



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