Hi Mike-

I think what you've stated below is already happening, and is precisely because 
of the deep chasm between eastern and western thinking you also mentioned.

Artie

--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, mike brown <uerusub...@...> wrote:
 
> I wonder tho, will a more western approach to Zen include it as 
> 'just' part of a wider, eclectic system of religious/philisophical etc. study 
> and practice - or will the efficacy of Zen be diluted by such an approach 
> (the 
> traditional Japanese viewpoint).
> 
> Mike 




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