Tuesday, January 14, 2014

What We Call Not Knowing Is True Knowing

Ta-Wan


What we call not knowing is true knowing, the empty thought is not attached to any one thing so has it all. Draw a concept, focus at all and you miss so much.

The "vastness" of space and time and the 10,000 things are, like us, the mind - and our knowing that is emptiness.

Our term emptiness is further example that English is not a language suited to spiritual truth. But when it is seen, it is truly grasped. Named, it is not.

Empty mind is whole mind.

This post originally appeared on Ta-Wan's blog, Tao Wow.

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