Each Is All, All Is Each

This notion of existence-time is central to Zen’s vision of reality… The most significant implication of this… is that each and every particular thing, being, and event (i.e. dharma) is an intrinsic and essential element of total time, and each and every moment or duration of time is an intrinsic and essential element of total Read More …

Unique Instances of Existence-Time

As each instance of experience is a unique instance of existence-time, every expression is a novel expression – including the expression being recited from memory for the ten-thousandth time or read from an ancient scripture for the ten-millionth time. The words presently being formed in your mind, are neither entities that have endured from the Read More …

Nothing is lost, nothing is gained

Looking deeply, you see that the entire past is the entire present and the entire present is the entire past. The entire future is the entire present; the entire present is the entire future. The entire past is the entire future; the entire future is the entire past. The myriad things may appear to arise, Read More …