“… Zen is a mechanism for letting go ...”
“… One fruit of wisdom is not being so caught up in having our desires met ...”
Description: Zen draws its tradition from both Buddhism and Daoism. Many of the ancient masters rejected the notion that awakening could happen gradually. They insisted that the reality of shunyata (emptiness) must be realized in personal experience, encompassing everything in its scope. Regardless of how we classify it, Zen is a mechanism for letting go, in order to experience one “goneness” – which also springs forth in unceasing giving and unfolding.
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