Post by Enver M. » Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:34 am
I’ll bet it works for you, but to me it is pure BS. You would have to explain wtf it has to do with “Boddhidharma’s shoe case”, but not on my behalf, please. It is entertaining to a degree, but I can offer no encouragement.Enver M. wrote: As you see different shapes and colors in your daily life.One moment you look to a chair, the other moment you look to the wall, or any tool or shape.live your normal life no problem with it...but the moment when a NON-THINKING thought appears in your mind where were you looking? or specifically at that very moment which color you see? does your non-thinking thought match with white or not?
black is the opposite and have a negative meaning. it tells you will have some problems with your (non-thinking) thought.whatever it is.that you aim to.
If that match with any other color (outside of white or black) i don't give any significance.
as an important note: you don't focus on white or any thought. it happens just in daily life flows.
Absolutely from small decisions to big ones, from small problems to bigers, in all aspect of the daily life it provide you the right choise in the right time with all its possibilities.
Re: What is called ignorance?
"All zen masters are kungfu masters and know fighting . . ."Enver M. wrote: There are different kind of Zen masters.
Those hero ones, drunken ones, or have a life style like stray dogs etc.
They have one common side is that they are all kungfu masters and know fighting those I watch in the movies.
Yet, my favorite ones which i wish to be like are the ones that live like 'stray dogs'.
If you ask what is it to live like a stray dog is that you live a life like a stray dog as you do the things whatever and/or whenever you want.
Cool comic book stuff, and I absolutely love those kung fu movies. My daughter studied kung fu with sifu Calvin who also worked at Home Depot! But "movies" is all they are.
So no, not serious. It would be a kindness to call it ignorance.