From: "Eugene" <> Everyone multi-tasks all the time. I think the discussion
is not on
> multi-tasking or not, but on the degree of multi-tasking. This makes
> the discussion more complex than simply saying "don't!".
>

You can do whatever you want, just don't shine anyone on by calling it Zen.
Everything may be Zen in the grand scheme of things, but you won't be
practicing mindfulness, or Zen.

Zen is not just "anything goes." That is the easy BS for the slackers, drug
addicts, and other assorted losers that are attracted to Zen and other
pseudo-religions that are outside of the mainstream.

Anyone self-interpreting their own religion has a fool for a teacher. Anyone
who has the same credentials as a K-Mart stock clerk and is claiming to have
a "philosophy" has been hitting the crack-pipe, heroin, and/or ecstacy tabs
too often.

If you have been to a real Zen Center and have practiced Zen with the
guidance of a teacher and have some legitimate experiences to relate, please
post them. If you are just reading a Zen book at home between hits from the
bong, then please go away.




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