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Zen is: a contemporary Zen awakening

excerpted from the notebooks of Jack Haas

 

When I finished with my duties, I entered the clear penetration of Zen.

 

The Mother clarified within me into the mercurial one substance of Zen.

 

The western way is to add things to make a garden, the Zen method is to take away.

 

Zen is not about what's going on, it's about what's not going on: the silence, the stillness, the absence, the gap which permeates everything.

 

The essence is a living absence, a Zen membrane sparking wildly without movement.

 

Enlightenment is not only of the mind, but also of the body. My flesh was enlightened unexpectedly, and entered a higher vibration, Buddha realm.

 

Stillness is the Zen radiance.

 

I am the force and the crack which breaks the shell, and lets the new life out to fly.

 

Zen peace does not seek satisfaction from the world, for it is Zen peace which is the absence of such energetic connection. Zen does not seek. Zen is.

 

Antimatter is the quintessence, the one thing, the Tao, the Zen living absence.

 

And I Zen this realm by removing myself, the Buddhess, into the Christ, and therefore Buddha-Christing all. And I, the Christess, am also the clear, formless Him.

 

(read about the enlightened body of the Buddha)

 

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excerpted from the unpublished notebooks of Jack Haas

 

 

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