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Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "mtpathy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> i don't know what wu wei is,i have simply been studying the
> act of sitting in zazen,sitting while attempting to be in 
> attention.
> ive practiced placing breath and thought into the same path so 
> both don't exist without the other.
> as if both were following each other on a pairalel line.
> ive practiced following breath,like moving deeper ito a cave,or
> using breath to keep a leaf afloat on a breeze.
> and ive practiced the act of neither, a gradual progression to 
sitting
> without focus on breath,or focus on thought.
> in the last act,i can sit for a time but my mind will realise that
> im sitting without either and will flash into either focus on 
breath
> but most likely flashes into the focus of mind.
> in this state i get a sense of "being in my head",or "sitting still
> and watching from afar,and yet participating within".
> so far this is all ive studied in zen.
>






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