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

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  • 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 1 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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