As I have been talking about non-doing (the non-doing beyond non-doing), my dharma brother, Ken Ford, came up to me and said he found this passage in Shobogenzo that was … Continue reading To Do
Practicing non-doing these past weeks, I have noticed how much that practice goes against my karmic stream. There is a great deal of velocity in “to do.” Not only to … Continue reading non-doing, patience, and renunciation
Humility is a perpetual quietness of Heart. It is to have no trouble. It is never to be fretted or vexed, irritable or sore To wonder at nothing that is … Continue reading Non-doing as deep silence.
The serenity of non-doing First, one needs to understand the duality of effort and no-effort, or doing and non-doing. We can see how our unique personality presents itself. Do we … Continue reading Non-doing as Serenity
From Norm Fischer: Manas (the 7th consciousness, the ego-centered consciousness) is very convincing. We don’t believe it would be enough to Open, soften, listen We think we need … Continue reading Open, soften, listen