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Bassui Zenji teaches us to look into our mind. In daily life he urges us to keep questioning Who is seeing? What is moving these arms and legs? Isn't this contradictory to becoming one with each thing we meet? Should we just become one with the sounds sights movements or keep enquiring?
April 18, 2012, 3:01 pm
Who is it that is seeing, who is walking, who is feeling? The WHO is not about dividing you awareness. The WHO is doing the seeing. Only here and now. Here, only the sound, the scenery, while saying this, don´t we get moved around by the scenery? Don´t we get pulled around by the sounds? Here it is important to see, who is the master: the scenery or the one perceiving it? Is it the sound or the one hearing it? Here is it the master or a slave? Most important! Please see this carefully. Don´t fool yourself.