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Thread: Questioning naturally arising in practice

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    Questioning naturally arising in practice

    I find myself naturally gravitating towards questioning in practice. I'm not sure if this is a long term thing, but my simple question for this thread is to know what sort of attitude we should approach questioning which spotaneously arises in response to life and practice.

    Gassho, Ben

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    Questioning is good, questions will always come and go. There are times of great doubt and questioning in life and in this Practice ... although probably best not to get lost in doubt and confusion.

    Some questions are answered with time, some questions drop away as unimportant or as just spinning mental wheels ... some questions remain and we just honor and sit with those, letting them be.

    I once wrote this on whether Zen Practice answers our questions ... (but I don't know if what I wrote there will answer your question! )

    Gassho, J

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    Being of the dreamy type a good What is this? Awakens me to the reality of not knowing. Kind of like the TV commercial for a casino where they sing about 'the wonder of it all'.😁🙏

    Kind regards. /\
    無 (MU, Emptiness) and 氷 (HYO, Ice) ... Emptiness Ice ...

    I may be wrong and not knowing is acceptable

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