Neglecting the Facts

The biggest scientific delusion of all is that science already has the answers. The details still need working out but, in principle, the fundamental questions are answered. Rupert Sheldrake, The Science Delusion, Coronet Books; First edition & printing in this form edition (December 6, 2012), p.6 If we take something to be the truth, we Read More …

Perniciousness of False Views in Zen and Cosmology

In recent decades our knowledge of the cosmos as well as our knowledge of Zen has greatly improved – and greatly altered – our understanding of both. New discoveries, advances in technology and methodology, and more extensive research have revealed much in both realms that was formerly unsuspected. As a result, whole new avenues of Read More …

The Sole Ancestor

Each being sees ‘it’ in accordance with their unique integral character, thus fashions a realm of the self-same homeland that is novel from the realm of any other. As the various great mythologies are various dialects of the expression of the one mind or universal Buddha, the various sentient beings are various members of ‘one Read More …