Absence of Thought, by Shen-Hui

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Posted on 31 August 2014 by Buddhism Now
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To see the absence of thought is to have the six sense organs without stain.
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To see the absence of thought is to possess a knowledge inclined towards the Buddha.
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To see the absence of thought is to see things as they really are.
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To see the absence of thought is the Middle Way in its ultimate sense.
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To see the absence of thought is to see merits as numerous as the sands of the Ganges fully present in the moment.
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To see the absence of thought is to master all the dharmas. To see the absence of thought is to embrace all the dharmas.
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my opinion:
Sit daily, healing and happiness abound.
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