So, if someone were to think I am saying, "All you need to do in Zazen is sit down on one's hindquarters, kill some time, and that's enough ... just twiddle your thumbs in the 'Cosmic Mudra' and you are Buddha
" then, respectfully, I believe they do not get my point. But if they understand, "There is absolutely no place to be, where one needs to be or elsewhere where one can be, than on that Zafu in that moment, and that moment itself is all complete, all-encompassing, always at home, the total doing of All Life, Time and Space fully realized
" ... they are closer to the flavor. http://www.zenforuminternational.org...lies/yahoo.gif
. Then, if they rise up from the Zafu ... sensing that they are "Buddha" ... and then try to act in life a bit more how a Buddha would act, they get the point.
Zazen seeks no change, needs no change, is complete and whole ... and that realization works a revolutionary change. ...
Does that make sense ... in a Zenny way?