Journal of My Study in China – Part 2

I asked at midnight, “In your dharma talk you said, ‘The bower and the bowed-to are empty by nature. The mind-to-mind communication is wondrous and inconceivable; its heart is profound, and it cannot be known. There is no way to reach it superficially. Doubt cannot touch it.’ Teachers in the scriptural schools also talk about mind-to-mind communication. Is it the same as what is taught in the ancestral path?”

Now if that isn’t confidence-inspiring, what is? Straightforward and to the point, with no added frills or special techniques, sit on your cushion or your bench and let each thought go.

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Journal of My Study in China - Part 2
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