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Zen Koans and Haikus

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Green_Smurf, Jul 19, 2017.

  1. Green_Smurf

    Green_Smurf Well-Known Member

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    A Zen Koan is a pithy statement, poem or story built around an inherent paradox. It's purpose is to take the student's mind beyond the realm of logic and control allowing the 'AHA!' momento of true insight to happen. here are some examples:


    The world is vast and wide. Why do you put on your robes at the sound of a bell?
    Muji - Collection of Stone and Sand 13th century


    When can the eye see itself?
    Alan Watts 1970s

    What is the colour of wind?
    Unknown

    How quickly must you turn on the light to see the nature of darkness?

    Unknown

    being balanced in attack
    having a presence in the box
    creating and scoring chances
    but not scoring

    Pedro Caxinho July 19 2017
     
  2. mkbhoy

    mkbhoy Active Member Stream_access

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    They have form for their managers being almost zen-like in what they say. This one sticks in my mind from the magic hat on being 25 points behind us...I've split it into short lines and urge you to read it with a sage Chinese accent whilst stroking your chin!

    I’m reading in the paper
    Celtic are on a record-breaking run.
    If they won four games less,
    they would be 13 ahead.
    If we had won one of our games it would be 10

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