Dear B The traditional Ch’an answer is that the only concern for a Ch’an Teacher is that the Student or Dosciple directly perceives the empty mind ground at all times –
Once the muscular contraction is ‘triggered’ at will in the centre of the forehead – then the mind is focused so that the hyper ‘imaginative’
I have been engaged in the activity of Buddhist meditation for over three decades. In that time, I have experienced a number of ‘states’ marked
Dear B Thank you for your interesting email(s). Richard Hunn (1949-2006) moved in much more appropriate circles for this task, and possessed the effective connections (which is
The Theravada School is one tradition of at least eighteen lineages that developed from the teachings of the single Buddha. Each of these schools differed
None of this madness indicates the empty mind ground.
Going places changes scenery in-front and behind…
But perception remains non-purified and shallow.
It is better to say that none of these words contain any structure!