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MEANING

Looking into the Stats page of my blog ( well, it is only a Stats I can access —– unless I ask my

hacker friend to hack into other’s blog site I have no idea what others’ blog environment) —– the most

interesting thing which provoke my thought is what [search term] the reader has used, and end-up here.

As I wrote before, quite few of them are obviously intended to seek porno site, may be because I often use

rather naughty choice of the sexual words. ( my friends said , it is not MAY BE but obvious facts —–

Because, I hate a pretense to be a kind of holy thinker. —– I rather stay to be an old dirty man as

many of us are = sorry folks. ( or you may say, only you are different.)   😀 )

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[ Self awareness starts from looking into our own shit ] = to see what has been digested and

what wasn’t —– if you actually do this, you will find that the vegetable you eat raw, comes out as it is

= pretend to be natural, is often having hidden reality = how you lost the weight is not because it is healthy

but simply your body couldn’t digest them = effectively eat less.

Head-big thinking, boasting buzzwords has exactly the same situation.

( A loss of libido may not occurred because of Buddhist’s enlightenment,  but simply because eating

so-called Buddhists humble food which caused Malnutrition.  Ha ha ha  😀 )

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Among the search term, what caught my eyes were [Meaning of Lemon Zen] = it’s must refer to

one of my old post [Lemon Zen] —– ? ? ?      But what is the question ?

My old post has explained how a practice (actual body movement) affects our brain activity

= which lead to vacates the thoughts = and lead to have the state of Mushin (Mind of no-mind).

There is no meaning in the practice.   As all the Buddhist’s practices are, the practice itself is,  just a

body movement and has no meaning at all.

So that, in a glance, it may looks silly and useless.

Useless, still you have to keep doing it. = This mind-set is, what was stated in the fundamental

Buddhist Teachings,  Four Noble Truth [ This teaching have to be actively cherished].

There is no meaning.  = But Just Do It.

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Virtually all the Lord Buddha’s teachings were, The instruction.   Not the Belief.

Instruction to do. = Because, while doing it, the organization of the brain, especially in the

region of subconscious changes.  (This the aim of his teachings =this change is not occurred

by the intellectual understanding which is in the New cortex in the brain.  

Subconsciousness is in the Old cortex / Limbic system, where the body movement affects)

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Lord Buddha’s word [ Don’t believe the words, but think yourself] is, because as he had

been teaching what and how to DO, —– as he, himself as a living sample = think by the

self-observation about what the self is doing and feeling.  = DOING is the stimulus.

Only dealing with this, is what called Mindfulness.

=== Without having this DOING, but — what to think about the meaning ?

—– What is the object or issue to think about. —– In this context, the word of

Lord Buddha = [Think yourself] may be understood as [Grasp yourself].

Lord Buddha meant not abstract thinking ( which many of you might be misconceived)

but the brain activity occurred only in the moment, while DOING it.

Because, the abstract thinking had been already defined as a Delusion.

And the Truth of that there is no fixed situation, had been already taught.

( Disciples were expected to have fully understood those teachings )

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So, again, there is no meaning in cutting a lemon. —– Just Do It.

( And have a nice cup of tea = it comes with a peace of mind   🙂 )

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  1. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on April 2, 2012 at 14:14

    Ha ha ha! I just laughed my head off reading this entire post. I couldn’t pull myself together for the serious parts because I was still laughing from the funny ones. But don’t worry, it was mindful laughing. 🙂 🙂

  2. yoshizen said, on April 2, 2012 at 14:52

    That’s a beauty (and a fun) to do the blogging.
    We normally not able to talk like this face to face. 😀
    But I know many very serious Buddhists.
    Looks like Buddhist. Walk like Buddhist.
    And preaching me like a Buddhist.
    I just don’t like their pretense and hypocrisy.
    Have a laugh may bring more happiness and a fun to
    the life than grumpy philosophy of so-called Buddhism.
    And this is what the Mahayana Buddhism really meant.
    ___/\___

  3. drawandshoot said, on April 2, 2012 at 18:17

    😀
    Ah, Yoshizen. you make me smile today.
    I will have a cup of tea with lemon, and honey…

    • yoshizen said, on April 2, 2012 at 19:01

      I’m very glad to have made two of the notoriously serious photographers smile.

      When you face the subject with your camera. Be serious, don’t your eyes be deflected.
      Then, when you slice a lemon, be serious to make a perfect slice or two.
      And sit-back to enjoy the cup of tea.
      Let the tea to absorb whole of your life.

      ( Of cause, when you read funny story, just laugh = life is so straight and easy)
      This is what the Zen mean 😀

      Do you know when I wrote funny story, I wrote it with my at most seriousness.
      Honest. Believe me. Ha ha ha 😀

  4. Cryoglobulinemia said, on April 16, 2012 at 08:48

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    • yoshizen said, on April 16, 2012 at 10:45

      Yet, you are working to spread exactry such informative site aren’t you ?
      Still, what ever the reason, thank you for your visit here.


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