By Compiled and translated, with an introduction, by Sōiku Shigematsu. Foreword by Gary Snyder
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Sleep when tired! (210) Nothing more, nothing less. So is made human nature. It is Buddha's working, Buddha's activity. " (879) This is a koan. " The latter's reply was: Ordinary mind is the W a y . " (1054) This is also a very famous koan—but no easy one. The third group, yu, in contrast to the second, static, phase o f satori, represents the typically dynamic Zen activity of complete freedom, which springs out of the eighth Nothing in the Ten Oxherding Pictures. Consider the tenth picture, the goal of Zen practice (page 23).
With yours. (6) H o w many times have I T o push down the ox's head and make him eat grass. (13) entered for Y o u (7) the green dragon's cave? (h) O n the saddle, no man; Nothing has changed: Underneath it, no horse. the moon (8) over Ten-hundred-foot Mountain. Zazen Five hundred previous lives not always needs unborn mountains and rivers; — w h o are you ? (13) Mind and body discarded, even fire is cool. I've seen through you (g) already. 35 (16) See his face Become the origin but once, o f All, Remember his name Creator of heaven and earth.
The third group, yu, in contrast to the second, static, phase o f satori, represents the typically dynamic Zen activity of complete freedom, which springs out of the eighth Nothing in the Ten Oxherding Pictures. Consider the tenth picture, the goal of Zen practice (page 23). Satori in action: this is the third aspect o f satori. Satori is moving and working freely in a visual way. Finally it leads to ritagyo (working to benefit others), which will be explained later. This group o f sayings, called kigo (words of dynamic activity), includes 6.