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By Shunryu Suzuki

Voici un recueil d′anecdotes savoureuses et d′enseignements pleins de sagesse que Shunryu Suzuki a donnés à ses disciples les plus proches. Le lecteur retrouvera ici le même expertise pédagogique et le même humour typiquement zen que Shunryu Suzuki a développé dans Esprit zen, esprit neuf.

Comme le Bouddha lui-même, Suzuki Roshi donnait de profonds enseignements adaptés à chaque second, à chaque personne, à chaque state of affairs qu′il rencontrait. Il soulignait d′ailleurs fréquemment que l′esprit insaisissable du bouddhisme perdure tandis que l. a. forme sous laquelle il s′exprime ne cesse d′évoluer. Chacune de ces histoires témoigne que le potentiel pour atteindre l′éveil existe ici et maintenant, en chacun de nous.

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Le zen est juste ici

Voici un recueil d′anecdotes savoureuses et d′enseignements pleins de sagesse que Shunryu Suzuki a donnés à ses disciples les plus proches. Le lecteur retrouvera ici le même expertise pédagogique et le même humour typiquement zen que Shunryu Suzuki a développé dans Esprit zen, esprit neuf.

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In the poem, read as ichi-nen shō[ze] za[reba], or “when an image does not arise,” these four characters suggest the desirable state in which no isolated thought emerges in zazen, so that the body-mind is free to reflect the whole. ” Whereas the poem seems to describe an ideal situation, Master Dōgen’s comment is a stark description of concrete facts: he simply notices the existence of an image at a moment. ” 41 Fushō, “not appearance,” here suggests the state at the moment of the present in which time stands still.

10. ” In other words, at a moment when we realize our own delusion, phenomena become real. ” In other words, when we are looking at real phenomena, we transcend our delusion at that moment. , in zazen), we are transcending all kinds of delusion. 57 Zenki no gen, the words of Master Engo Kokugon. See Chapter Forty-one (Vol. I), Zenki. 58 In other words, transcendence of subjective delusion and objective images is the vigorous state of reality symbolized by Bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara. See Chapter Thirtythree (Vol.

In secular societies there are polite customs of asking others if they are well. ”16 Speaking with the feeling of “compassion for living beings as if they were babies”17 is kind speech. We should praise those who have virtue and should pity those who lack virtue. Through love of kind speech, kind speech is gradually nurtured. Thus, kind speech which is ordinarily neither recognized nor experienced manifests itself before us.

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