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In one sesshin I attended there were only two required sanzen. The first and the last. In home practice there is no sanzen. What are your thoughts on this?
January 11, 2014, 3:03 pm
Sanzen is a mirror that is reflecting you. Actually everything in this world is your mirror. That is why we ask: Who sees? Who hears? Who stands? Who sits? It is this world outside that constantly is teaching us who we are. Don´t get used by the idea of these being only objects. In this way you are constantly doing sanzen.