Dr. Austin's work is of more interest to the person seeking a scientific understanding of the brain than to a person seeking to experience Zen training for themselves.
Though, Bill, I'm sure if we wrote all of your interesting and helpful posts on this forum together into one piece, it would be hundreds of pages long. --Chris On Sat, Dec 25, 2010 at 5:57 AM, ED <seacrofter...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > > Bill - > > Never underestimate the creativity and power of the discursve mind! It > keeps millions of Internet groups and hundreds of millions of posters > occupied and happy. This is what distinguishes our culture as being > 'civilized'. > > --ED ;-) > > > > --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Bill!" <billsm...@...> wrote: > > > > ED, > > > > I looked at the book, at page 343 as you suggested. > > > > > It's just unbeleiveable to me that someone could think they could say > anything relevant about zen in 550+ page book. Zen is so simple and > uncomplicated I just don't know how anyone could squeeze that many words out > of it - or any words for that matter. > > > > Talk about 'selling water by the river'! This is like selling a whole > fleet of tankers with 90 different flavors of water, carbonated water, ice > in all shapes and sizes, steam in a variety of pressures - and yes, selling > all these different forms of water - you guessed it - by the river. > > > > ...Bill! > > > >