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This surging, floods through me
Awakening the divine electricity
What is this aberrant path
that I have chosen?

This closing of the door
Of the mundane and bovine
An opening to the stream
of the infinite sea
(01-04-2019, 07:23 PM)LostintheBardo Wrote: [ -> ]This surging, floods through me
Awakening the divine electricity
What is this aberrant path
that I have chosen?

This closing of the door
Of the mundane and bovine
An opening to the stream
of the infinite sea

Kinda like it Smile The 'Gateless gate' came to mind and to me this means- no electricity- no path- no door- nothing mundane- no sea Big Grin
(01-04-2019, 07:54 PM)Chief broom Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-04-2019, 07:23 PM)LostintheBardo Wrote: [ -> ]This surging, floods through me
Awakening the divine electricity
What is this aberrant path
that I have chosen?

This closing of the door
Of the mundane and bovine
An opening to the stream
of the infinite sea

Kinda like it Smile The 'Gateless gate' came to mind and to me this means- no electricity- no path- no door- nothing mundane- no sea Big Grin
Wow, I have very little experience with Zen Buddhism but quite an interest in Hinduism and the Kundalini, Tantra etc, etc. Interesting to see the crossover here.
I think the following is the greatest expression of what 'zen'  should be - no cute/tricky koans or mysticism but a harsh teaching which it probably was once, before being repackaged for western 'hobbyist' buddhist  Rolleyes