--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "mtpathy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> when i sit and look at a blank wall, it is only a blank wall
> that should be seen, but instead i see thoughts and images,
> often times as if they were projected onto the wall by
> a movie projector.
> when i look at clouds in the sky, its clouds that should be seen
> but instead i see fishes and ducks, lawnmowers mowing down dragons.
> i'm starting to learn how to see the wall, and the cloud more and
> my inward projection onto them less.
> is this the correct course of focus.
> learning to differentiate between thoughts in my head and the world
> around me, so that one doesn't project onto the other?
I would prefer to see lawnmowers mowing down dragons.
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