Sunday, February 7, 2010

Thinking



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The Masters' exhortations to abjure  "thinking"  do not imply the suppression of thought but the reorientation, by articulation, of the impetus that results in dualistic thought into its im-mediate experience.
Suppressed thought is the negative aspect of the dualism  "thought - no - thought,"  another mode of thought itself and "one half of a pair,"  whereas what the Masters mean is wu nien, which is the absence of both counterparts, thought and no - thought,  which is the presence of the suchness of thought, and that is expressed in spontaneous Action  ( pure action arising from Non - action: Wu wei).
Wu Nien is the presence of the absence of no - thought.
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~ Wei Wu Wei,  from 'All else is Bondage'
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