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A Quote by Reginald H. Pawle on zen, buddhism, psychology, and western psychology

Inherent within the dilemma is a solution.

Reginald Pawle

Source: The Psychology of Zen Buddhism (dissertation)

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A Quote by Reginald H. Pawle on zen, buddhism, psychology, and western psychology

attend to experience simply without giving it meaning, feel it, and receive it

Reginald Pawle

Source: The Psychology of Zen Buddhism (dissertation)

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A Quote by Reginald H. Pawle on zen, buddhism, psychology, and western psychology

Gradual awakening means that change and healing happen gradually as a result of the accumulation of causes. This is more the common way that healing is understood to occur. As a result of doing this and that a person gradually gets better.

Reginald Pawle

Source: The Psychology of Zen Buddhism (dissertation)

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A Quote by Reginald H. Pawle on zen, buddhism, psychology, western psychology, and freedom

It is not freedom from, but rather freedom within, freedom to.

Reginald Pawle

Source: The Psychology of Zen Buddhism (dissertation)

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A Quote by Baizhang Huaihai on zen, chan, buddhism, and work

A day without work is a day without food.

Baizhang Huaihai

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A Quote by Bodhidharma on zen and buddhism

 

Bodhidharma (c. 440 AD - 528 AD)

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A Quote by Louise Pryor on buddhism, zen, and shunryu suzuki

All of you think it's better to be a man than a woman, you think it's better to be a priest than a layperson, and you think it's better to be Japanese than American. But I will always be a woman, and I will always be a layperson, and I will always be an American, and here I am.

Louise Pryor

Source: Crooked Cucumber

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A Quote by Zen Proverb on wisdom, knowledge, learning, letting go, and zen

Knowledge is learning something every day.
Wisdom is letting go of something every day.

Zen Proverb

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A Quote by Huang Po on huang po, buddhism, zen, mind, void, enlightenment, nature, perception, phenomenon, and universal

The nature of the Absolute is neither perceptible nor imperceptible; and with phenomena it is just the same.  But to one who has discovered his real nature, how can there be anywhere or anything separate from it?...

...Therefore it is said:  'The perception of a phenomenon IS the perception of the Universal Nature, since phenomena and Mind are one and the same.'

Huang Po

Source: The Zen Teachings of Huang Po - on the Transmission of Mind - translation by John Blofeld

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A Quote by Huang Po on huang po, buddhism, zen, mind, void, enlightenment, concepts, and wisdom

...concepts are related to the senses; and, when feeling takes place, wisdom is shut out.

Huang Po

Source: The Zen Teachings of Huang Po - on the Transmission of Mind - translation by John Blofeld

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