Three Philosophies and One Reality & NHK Radio Talks by Gudo Wafu Nishijima

By Gudo Wafu Nishijima

This publication is a set of ten shorts talks on Buddhism by means of jap Zen grasp Gudo Nishijima. within the first half, grasp Nishijima talks approximately his conception of 3 philosophies and one truth - his interpretation of Gautama Buddha's 4 Noble Truths. each one speak is via a full of life dialogue and questions and solutions. the second one half comprises translations of 3 talks given via grasp Nishijima on NHK Radio in Japan in 1994. The talks are titled: Buddhism & motion, motion & lifestyle, and Buddhism & Zazen. "...If we glance on the many Sutras written concerning the Buddha's recognition we will finish that he reached that standpoint or kingdom simply because he respected motion. motion can't exist at the other time or position than the current second right here and now. differently of this is often by way of prior, current and destiny: it doesn't matter what blunders now we have made some time past, even supposing we may perhaps remorse them, we will be able to by no means go back to the previous to place issues correct. whilst, even if we wish to reach our dream or achieve a few objective sooner or later, we will be able to by no means pass into the longer term to arrive our dream or goal. but when we glance at lifestyles as headquartered on performing, we see that we will in basic terms relatively exist within the current. we will be able to by no means go back to the past,and we can't pass into the longer term. this is often the essence of what Gautama Buddha taught-real life is the current moment..."

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By Gudo Wafu Nishijima

This publication is a set of ten shorts talks on Buddhism by means of jap Zen grasp Gudo Nishijima. within the first half, grasp Nishijima talks approximately his conception of 3 philosophies and one truth - his interpretation of Gautama Buddha's 4 Noble Truths. each one speak is via a full of life dialogue and questions and solutions. the second one half comprises translations of 3 talks given via grasp Nishijima on NHK Radio in Japan in 1994. The talks are titled: Buddhism & motion, motion & lifestyle, and Buddhism & Zazen. "...If we glance on the many Sutras written concerning the Buddha's recognition we will finish that he reached that standpoint or kingdom simply because he respected motion. motion can't exist at the other time or position than the current second right here and now. differently of this is often by way of prior, current and destiny: it doesn't matter what blunders now we have made some time past, even supposing we may perhaps remorse them, we will be able to by no means go back to the previous to place issues correct. whilst, even if we wish to reach our dream or achieve a few objective sooner or later, we will be able to by no means pass into the longer term to arrive our dream or goal. but when we glance at lifestyles as headquartered on performing, we see that we will in basic terms relatively exist within the current. we will be able to by no means go back to the past,and we can't pass into the longer term. this is often the essence of what Gautama Buddha taught-real life is the current moment..."

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Restful experience may be in a small part or a large part of your body or may cover your whole body. It may be intense or subtle. Any ©2011 Shinzen Young • All rights reserved. 59 Created: 3/11/2011 • Modified: 6/15/2011 37 Shinzen Young pattern is fine. Enjoy that restful experience. ”) 4. Focus on Rest: Work with all rest states. ” You can do this with exclusive or inclusive emphasis. With exclusive emphasis, if more than one type of Rest is available at a given instant, just choose one to note at that instant.

59 Created: 3/11/2011 • Modified: 6/15/2011 32 Shinzen Young Chapter 3: The Way of Tranquility ©2011 Shinzen Young • All rights reserved. 59 Created: 3/11/2011 • Modified: 6/15/2011 33 Shinzen Young Page Intentionally Left Blank ©2011 Shinzen Young • All rights reserved. 59 Created: 3/11/2011 • Modified: 6/15/2011 34 Shinzen Young Chapter 3: The Way of Tranquility If you say “meditation” to the average person, they will probably get the mental image of someone sitting cross-legged on the floor trying to mellow out and release stress.

Do Focus on Rest), you have two options as far as noting goes: exclusive noting and inclusive noting. With exclusive noting, if two or all three of the restful states are available at a given instant, choose just one to note at that instant. Most people prefer exclusive noting for Focus In and Focus Out. But many people prefer inclusive noting for Focus on Rest and Focus on Flow. Each option has advantages. Exclusive noting is simpler. Inclusive noting is more complicated but allows you to get a delicious sense of being bathed in two or perhaps all three restful flavors at the same time.

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