Maybe you would like to share details of your practice/routine (?) You seem to
definite ideas of your practice's inspirations and roles in life/advancement.
How do you do that voodoo that you do?
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> As Chan practitioners, we practice to detach ourselves from all forms,
> because all forms are transient, impermanent and empty by nature.
> When we see all forms as emptiness, then we see true form. The true
> form mentioned here in Diamond Sutra is the universal life force and wisdom.
> When we walked into Costco, do we see every merchandise just as shapes,
> colors and sizes?
> When we watch TV, can we switch it off at any moment? Or turn it on and
> begin to watch it from anywhere in the middle?
> When we talk or write, can we stop in the middle of our sentence without
> insisting to finish? Can we wait until others finish theirs?
> These are all but forms. Their only values are relative to each being
> at each moment, and are all but result of some causes and caused by
> generations of other causes.
> When we begin to sync with the universal life force, we could be still
> and unaffected by forms. As our synchronicity improve we could begin to
> realize the true nature of forms. Then we could sync to current moment
> which are the causes of future forms.
> Liberation begins by detaching from all forms. It begins by detaching
> from knowledges, languages, logic......
> Be present beyond forms. Sync to the life force at every moment.
> It is not hard to witness, just practice. Begin the practice with deep
> belly breathing...
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