Tuesday, May 27, 2008

The vast unnamable fathomless void

Louie Wing said, “The vast unnamable fathomless void is not created by some kind of spiritual practice; just cease screening it off through conceptualization. When perceptions, feelings, and thoughts arise, simply act accordingly without attachment or aversion. All of the myriad things are identical to the vast unnamable fathomless void, which is identical to your own mind. There is not a single objective particle anywhere.”
--From The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing: The Second Ancestor of Zen in the West by Ted Biringer

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