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- Publisher: Archangel Ink (October 10, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 10, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B016H5649W
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No One Home: A Guidebook to Discovering the Simplicity of Being Kindle Edition
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See that?' Proceeding with tender attentiveness to the reader's need to see everything for himself.
He reminds us repeatedly "Do not settle for any answers...no answer could ever capture the aliveness of this" while pointing to the reader's own experience. Lott reminds me of an optometrist fitting you for glasses, if you have ever had that experience. It is as if he goes, 'now look here. is that better than this? Good, now this one? Or this one? Good. Now tell me if you can see this. If not, now look at this. Now this way. OK.' And I can tell you, if you relax and enjoy the process with honest curiosity, you will know directly what the buddhas and bodhisattvas have been pointing to all these centuries. Just like getting new glasses!
I recommend this book to anyone who has suffered separateness enough and is ready to be done with it.
If not, try this. See that? Good.'
"There is seeing happening, and normally we assume that it is my seeing . But what proof is there that this is your seeing? Without concept can you know that any other seeing is happening"?