Living is universal. All verb. No pronoun.
Meditation is the mediation of the universal and the absolute.
After the deconstruction of thought, being is consciously perceived.
Absolution of the universal presence only: the personal is just a dream that fades away.
No mind and no thinking are deconstructive thoughts. Pointers to the universality of being.
"because all these phenomena are the body of the one dharma of the tathägata."
"maintaining awareness of the true mind is the basic principle of the entire canon"
"though its real nature is formless, intent and proportion always remain."
"thus, the profound luminous one never ends: it remains forever shining bright."
I like my Zen early or reclusive.
Being ends in thought and begins in absolution.
True being is off the record. Buddha mind.
BEING (I AM, PRESENCE, BUDDHA MIND) IS LIKE THE POWER OF AN EMOTION WITHOUT THE THOUGHT PERSONIFYING IT
an ouroboros like universal apperception and affectionate awareness