1. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    08 May '13 00:25
    for the non-dualists out there, and the ones that can get into the spirit of non-dualism :

    It is said that the main way of learning Zen is via Zazen, which is translated as "just sitting".
    The point here is that even meditating can create a dualism,ie meditating and not meditating, that's why I like to try to meditate or center myself in any situation - watching tv, eating, walking,talking,etc..

    And also meditation is not about sitting dumbly and drifting off, it's about being aware and alert.

    Peace.
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    08 May '13 05:46
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    for the non-dualists out there, and the ones that can get into the spirit of non-dualism :

    It is said that the main way of learning Zen is via Zazen, which is translated as "just sitting".
    The point here is that even meditating can create a dualism,ie meditating and not meditating, that's why I like to try to meditate or center myself in any situa ...[text shortened]... n is not about sitting dumbly and drifting off, it's about being aware and alert.

    Peace.
    Does being non-dualist mean a gin and tonic can't help?
  3. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    08 May '13 20:48
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Does being non-dualist mean a gin and tonic can't help?
    Everyone's got their own dharna