詩; poetry shugyo

how does one, the heaps, transmit emptiness?

... yet, in this school, the ox points way.

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the elders called them kofu-an-toku,
the schools, pointing out instructions,
yet, in this school, the ox points way.

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How does one transmit emptiness?
Beyond together, separate,
together and separate,
neither together,
nor separate;
only when
this
is
.
.
.
under
stood, will,
one understand
this way of peace,
and tranquility for all
mankind. Without essence
by the very definition, empty,
free of style, form, natural, moving,
a great sea of ai-ki. Beyond self, beyond
other, beyond both, beyond neither, here and
now, this is an offering to kami. This art, this
way, is truly divine. All of this practice, is
an effort to point the way to that grace,
willing, firm, in stance; profound,
to shed, to shed, self-view,
to shed other-view, and
it is difficult, and
steep,
no
style,
smoke gently,
drifts,
on the
breeze.
what mountain,
dear ox, shall we
climb today?
this
one
.
.
emptiness
is exactly
form, perception
conceives the kata
and just this, these
heaps, these skhanda, a
form, a monkey’s paw, in pitch,
how does the monkey free the
paw? just.
like.
this.
welcome.
and when “you”
want to depart, “i”
will send “you”,
on “your”
way.
empty.
free.
hello
ox.
hello
alaya.
blind person
can reading book.
and deaf person can
hearing play, and the
trees, came alive.
all on path;
shugyo
kai
again,
the great
seal; mahamudra,
again…
thus gone beyond,
tathagatha, bodhi svaha.
limitless merit to
all beings.
gassho.
.

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