Yesterday, I checked on 'oneness' in James Austin's: 'Zen-Mind
The subject appears to be quite complex, with pages 333 to 357 and much,
much more devoted to it - all a bit over my head.
I get the impression that there are five principal categories of
'oneness', and that these states of unity may be encountered in mature
states of kensho-satori and beyond.
The Google-book is found here:
Zen-brain reflections: reviewing recent developments in meditation ...
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Chris Austin-Lane <ch...@...> wrote:
> The world is already one. With countries and people that do not always
> the unity.