Inherent Enlightenment

Inherent enlightenment:

thoughts are let go, allowed in their particular moment, and then simply an easy return to mantra — that’s the entire process of meditation, nothing difficult in its performance, no effort nor concentration applied. Yet it’s profound in the quality of its experience, leading to depths of stillness not readily revealed to my ordinary state of mind. I’m going to refer to the early Zen master Dogen…




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