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Meditation and Mysticism

December 19, 2012

Book coverFrom the practice of meditation, we can experience ourselves as what we are and who we are altogether. Sitting practice is a way of discovering ourselves. This approach is compatible with the mystical tradition within Christianity and other religions, where people rouse themselves in a particular moment to connect themselves with God. When there is the highest moment of being roused or turned on, your mind is open, on the spot. There is nothing happening; therefore everything happens.

From “Joining Heaven and Earth,” in True Perception: The Path of Dharma Art, pages 151–152.


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