In Jundo's recent talks, he has brought up the questions of why one should try and do zazen when enlightenment is already present. It is the old "trying without trying" thing that is, perhaps, the most complicated simple thing in Zen that I simply can't grok.
Many people when talking about Zen say one should try yet not try. That by trying, you can't get anywhere, so you should just sit and sit. On the other hand, if you just sit with no intention, this won't get you anywhere either. Right?
Can anyone give an answer to this? Or at least try and not try to give an answer? :-)