What I’m Saying

Ungan asked Dogo, “What use does the great Bodhisattva of Compassion make of all those hands and eyes?” Dogo said, “It is like a person straightening the pillow with outstretched hands in the middle of the night.” Ungan said, “I have understood.” Dogo said, “How do you understand?” Ungan said, “All ...  read more

Discrete as Opposed to Infinite Reality

The enlightenment of Gautama, later called “the Buddha”, concerned the nature of suffering- is it not so?

What is relevant to the experience of suffering is that the continuity of consciousness and the consequent impression of self are illusory, that in fact consciousness exists only in connection with sense organ and sense object, and ...  read more