I agree...Bill!

--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "v" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> mike brown wrote:without something tangible like zazen practice to 
> underpin their experience they might miss the meaning of what just 
> happened to them and put it down to something mystical/imaginative/a 
> gift from God etc.>
> I think that lots of other religions have similar states of 
> enlightenment or divine illumination. In sports, there is "In the 
> Zone" which is commonly referred to as when people who are 
> participating in sports perform at their highest personal levels due 
> to a unity of mental and physical concentration. 
> I think that satori is a lot more common than people think, and it is 
> experienced by many people at many different activities that have 
> nothing to do with zazen.


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