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In my estimation there really is no way to assert what Zen is, whether you are 
restricting it to zazen; or opening it to a wider religious and cultural 
[Bill!]  No way to assert what Zen is?  How sad...
I think it is safe to say that Zen is a path that addresses the experiential 
with zazen as its central methodology -- a sort of undoing of yourself, the 
conditioned cultural and experiential part of your personality that 
continuously reacts and feeds your ego.
[Bill!] Thanks for your assertion of what Zen is!  I feel better now.  

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