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Great Delusion

Those who have great realization of delusion are Buddhas. Those who are greatly deluded about realization are sentient beings. —Dogen Zenji, Shobogenzo  We are all foolish beings (prithagjnana= lacking wisdom). The sincere mind is the true understanding that even though … Continue reading

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Settling the Three Minds on Birth in the Pure Land

The Buddhas teach unanimously and without reservation That the nature of all sentient beings is perfection. “There is nothing to add, and nothing to subtract.” However, since beginningless time, I have allowed the taint of ignorance —the cognitive and affective … Continue reading

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