Direct Experience of Reality

“When you study something with your whole mind and body, you will have a direct experience. When you believe you have some problem in your practice it means your practice is not good enough. When your practice is good enough, whatever you see, whatever you do, that is the direct experience of realty.”

Reference:
Not Always So: Practicing the True Spirit of Zen Shunryu Suzuki, Edward Espe Brown
HarperCollins Publishers, 2003
ISBN: 0060957549

Pages: 99-102

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