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Re: [Meditation Society of America] Zen and the Art of Knifemaking x 5

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  • Bruce Morgen
    ..and that, old friend, is what old Krishnamurti called a great meditation. The only meditation is the moment, and the only path is the arduous, miraculous,
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 12, 2007
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      ..and that, old friend, is what
      old Krishnamurti called "a
      great meditation." The only
      meditation is the moment, and
      the only path is the arduous,
      miraculous, entirely unique
      course of ones incarnate
      adventure. Jai guruji!



      medit8ionsociety wrote:
      >
      > There may be something new under the sun!
      > And all it took for it to come about was
      > attention without any specific intention.
      > In the Photo section, in the album titled
      > Zen and the Art of Knifemaking, you can see
      > the 5 newest knives that have appeared
      > (pics # 17 to 28). In the knife shown in
      > pictures 17 and 18, you're possibly seeing
      > something that may be a "First". Knives were
      > wo/mankind's first tool and hundreds of
      > millions are in existance, but this new knife
      > may have something that no other knife has
      > ever had....a multi-layered guard. Pics
      > of this knife have been posted on knife
      > forums that total about 100,000 members
      > and no one has yet said that they have ever
      > seen this done before. It seems impossible
      > that this could be, but so far it is. And
      > in another way, this is very unsurprising
      > as there can never be anything that ever was
      > before. Just as every hand made object is
      > unique in some way, in a way all things that
      > exist differ from anything else that ever was.
      > And each thing itself is always changing.
      > For instance, every cell in your body has had
      > its molecular and atomic structure change
      > since you started reading this post. So when
      > you see something new arise, and in reality
      > you always are, recognize the symbolisn
      > that is being demonstrating ... the
      > universe has just gifted you with another
      > reminder of the impermanence of appearance
      > and the value of appreciating each unique
      > moment as it takes place. Take the opportunity to
      > cherish it and then let it go so as to welcome the
      > new experience coming into play with empty arms
      > and mind and heart. For there is always some
      > thing new under the sun and all it takes to
      > appreciate it is to be attentive. And what comes
      > with this recognition is much sharper than any
      > knife and absolutely without question new
      > and unique.
      > Peace and blessings,
      > Bob
      >
    • medit8ionsociety
      ... Yo Sri Bruceji, It s good to hear/read from you. Thanks! And for the sake of our new members, let me point to excellent examples of real meditative wisdom:
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 15, 2007
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        Bruce Morgen <editor@...> wrote:
        >
        > ..and that, old friend, is what
        > old Krishnamurti called "a
        > great meditation." The only
        > meditation is the moment, and
        > the only path is the arduous,
        > miraculous, entirely unique
        > course of ones incarnate
        > adventure. Jai guruji!
        >
        Yo Sri Bruceji,
        It's good to hear/read from you. Thanks!
        And for the sake of our new members,
        let me point to excellent examples
        of real meditative wisdom:
        http://www.atman.net/realization/
        Peace and blessings,
        Bob



        >
        > medit8ionsociety wrote:
        > >
        > > There may be something new under the sun!
        > > And all it took for it to come about was
        > > attention without any specific intention.
        > > In the Photo section, in the album titled
        > > Zen and the Art of Knifemaking, you can see
        > > the 5 newest knives that have appeared
        > > (pics # 17 to 28). In the knife shown in
        > > pictures 17 and 18, you're possibly seeing
        > > something that may be a "First". Knives were
        > > wo/mankind's first tool and hundreds of
        > > millions are in existance, but this new knife
        > > may have something that no other knife has
        > > ever had....a multi-layered guard. Pics
        > > of this knife have been posted on knife
        > > forums that total about 100,000 members
        > > and no one has yet said that they have ever
        > > seen this done before. It seems impossible
        > > that this could be, but so far it is. And
        > > in another way, this is very unsurprising
        > > as there can never be anything that ever was
        > > before. Just as every hand made object is
        > > unique in some way, in a way all things that
        > > exist differ from anything else that ever was.
        > > And each thing itself is always changing.
        > > For instance, every cell in your body has had
        > > its molecular and atomic structure change
        > > since you started reading this post. So when
        > > you see something new arise, and in reality
        > > you always are, recognize the symbolisn
        > > that is being demonstrating ... the
        > > universe has just gifted you with another
        > > reminder of the impermanence of appearance
        > > and the value of appreciating each unique
        > > moment as it takes place. Take the opportunity to
        > > cherish it and then let it go so as to welcome the
        > > new experience coming into play with empty arms
        > > and mind and heart. For there is always some
        > > thing new under the sun and all it takes to
        > > appreciate it is to be attentive. And what comes
        > > with this recognition is much sharper than any
        > > knife and absolutely without question new
        > > and unique.
        > > Peace and blessings,
        > > Bob
        > >
        >
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