Aspiration and rationality

Until one clearly sees the ‘true falsity’ of dualism, one is obstructed from seeing that true ‘rationality’ (dori) can only be achieved by a being with true ‘aspiration’ to achieve it, and that true ‘aspiration’ can only be realized by a being that exercises true ‘rationality’ in pursuit of it. Excerpt from,  Zen Cosmology: Dogen’s Contribution Read More …

Our mythopoeic capacity

In failing to clearly see that our mythopoeic capacity embodies our thinking mind or intellect, rather than being embodied (or produced) by our mind or intellect, we thereby obstruct our genuine desire (bodhicitta) by subjecting it to the realm of abstract speculation thus confining it to the limitations of literalism and generalization. Excerpt from,  Zen Cosmology: Read More …