A Zen Priest’s Mind Bubble on the Dance of Love


Nondual reality includes subject and object, each itself and freely transposing with the other; first this, now that – sometimes one drops away, sometimes the other, sometimes both drop away, sometimes one emerges from the other, sometimes both emerge together – but we rest nowhere. Resting nowhere and moving fluidly among these perspectives is the true practice of koan introspection – helping us on our way.

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