Sitting as a Buddhist,
Really sit as a Buddhist,
Sitting without holding the Buddhist reading grids with one hand and with the other what is happening or not happening.
When doing so, the practitioner does not really sit, but seeks to summon an experience which will necessarily be more or less artificial.
The problem is not that the Buddhist reading grid is erroneous, but that the experience is articulated around a reading grid.
As long as this is the case, the practitioner will have the inner vision set on a game of back and forth movements between what should be and what actually presents itself, and will color this latter element with the former one.
As long as the practitioner sits “as a Buddhist”, he does not sit like a Buddhist.
For thus sitting is sitting in truth.
©FJ Oct. 2022
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