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  • The occurrence of an evil thought is an affliction; not to continue it is the remedy.

    Katsuki Sekida, Marc Allen (2013). “A Guide to Zen: Lessons from a Modern Master”, p.17, New World Library
  • You know the Zen question, 'The Bodhisattva of Great Mercy' has a thousand hands and a thousand eyes; 'which is the true eye?' I could not understand this for a long time. But the other day, when I looked at the pine trees bending before the cold blasts from the mountain, I suddenly realized the meaning. You see, all the boughs, branches, twigs, and leaves simultaneously bend to the wind with tremendous vigor.

    Eye   Hands   Wind  
  • Zen is not, in my view, philosophy or mysticism. It is simply a practice of readjustment of nervous activity. That is, it restores the distorted nervous system to its normal functioning.

    Katsuki Sekida (2005). “Zen Training: Methods and Philosophy”, p.211, Shambhala Publications
  • What has happened by chance is often difficult to repeat when it is sought deliberately. Chance is a genius.

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