Hi Al, on second thought, perhaps I should be more clearer on what I was 
trying to say.  "I suspect that Zen is just a mental balancing excercise 
without spirituality."  Well?  If you don't agree, then what is Zen.  
All these years, you have always commented on others' post and hardly 
took any position yourself.  Perhaps it is time to take a risk?  :-)  JM

Jue Miao Jing Ming - 覺妙精明 wrote:
> Hi Al,  I don't seem to understand your comment on what I wrote.  I 
> don't find them relate to each other.  Can you explain?  Thanks, JM
> i.e. exercise? feel better? evil? happy?  Do use any strong words you 
> prefer.   It is okay..
> Fitness63 wrote:
>> 覺妙精明 >Without the correct understanding of karma and cause and 
>> effect, and
>> the proper practice to witness it, there is no way to rid of the 
>> karma. It
>> seems to me, after reading off/online for about 7-8 years, Zen 
>> differs from
>> Chan in the fact Zen has no spiritual power. It is just a mental 
>> exercise
>> without any connection to the life forces of the universe.>
>> I think that is the bullshit Zen that I am not sure exists as proper 
>> Zen. It
>> is not what I was reading in the older Zen books. The Zen that is 
>> just an
>> exercise is the crap that is just anything goes and you will feel better
>> about the evil you do if you meditate. That is the HUM OF HAPPY 
>> which I do not think is true to the spirit and history of Zen.


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