“… the single, infinite, empty fact that is always, powerfully, right here, now …”
I am always most intimate with it. ~Tôzan
Description: This talk begins by addressing the difference between concentration leading to emptiness practice, and mindfulness meditation. In Case 98, a monk asks Tôzan about the three bodies of Buddha. Tôzan’s beautiful, nonconceptual response expresses the single, infinite, empty fact that is always, powerfully, right here, now.
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