In one, there is many. In many, only one.

Ron Hogen Green
In one, there is many. In many, only one.
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Ron Hogen Green, Sensei

Zen Mountain Monastery, Mt Tremper, New York, Wednesday 09/27/2023

From the Book of Equanimity, Case 17 – Fayan’s “Hairsbreadth”

What’s the difference between conveying knowledge and conveying the non-dual dharma? How do we directly experience the distinctiveness and the oneness of things, and convey this to each other, in the activity of our everyday lives? Is that “Intimate Language”?

 

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