Can one find the sacred magic which is usually seen as but the "ordinary"?
Can you transform your 'self' in this instant ... into the sea, the mountains, rivers and great earth too, hedges, walls, tiles and pebbles, bugs and dragons? Truly, you are that all along ... and that just you ... seen or not. So, what is there to transform?
You ordinary mind, just as it is, is that all along. But do not think there is thus nothing to "transform".
Can you find that even the smallest atoms are each and all boundless things, not subject to number or limit?
Cook from page 83
Hixon from page 82 (I thought Hixon's rather simple "sea and waves" missed some of the subtlety and multi-faceted beauty of Keizan's rich vision this week).