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Man must break dreams. Our school is very poor, nearly no resources.
When the self ceases to exist, the world exists. Now I have it, so take it away from me. On the grounds in the countryside a zendo for retreats was built and a stupa in his memory is actually under construction. He used up this energy till the last hours of his life, receiving people at his hospital bed and giving them some words without any concern of his own decaying body. He wanted to do good without asking for anything in return. Before departing, the master wanted to give me his cane—the keisaku —as a gift.
Man must have dreams. Like a fallen leaf driven by the autumn wind. The master strikes him on the head. Once he wrote a poem about it: When the President saw his work he told him: The master invited the disciple to sit in the garden. All in all after 20 years, when Mumon Roshi wanted to write out his certificate of transmission he said: These chants are him. I do not thank you. T hree thousand miles from Japan to USA without money.
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The master has ceased to be identified with his ego; he has surrendered himself to emptiness, to inner silence. By that time, there were zazen groups in three universities and two other places where he sat regularly.
As he sat down on the wooden parquet, he stained it. I want to go abroad as you said and see if takara you taught me really works there.
takats Yamada Mumon Roshi came to visit in and 73; together they went to the indigenous peasant village of Ayautla, km south of Mexico city where Mumon Roshi left a pilgrim’s hat and a pair of straw eho and planted some tea seedlings, he had brought from Japan. One day my hands will blossom, and I will not need a cane because I will be able to strike your shoulder with my palm and with my fingers. Learn by yourself—you know! But halfway through, he gave the chair to the disciple.
In twkata context, he taught about the functions of the left and the right hemisphere of the human brain and the balanced development of both in order to properly combine logic and intuition. The disciple becomes enlightened. These were my feelings: With some of the outcome of their work together, doctors from Japan were invited to teach.
T he golden ball rolled in any direction: He had dirtied his feet. He held this membership till the end of his life. We go to the temple to learn the sense of the sacred. He passed through the four corners of the zendo, and through all the places where people meditated.
Once he said to a close friend: When the master prayed, his words produced a musical vibration. Medical health care was not available for people at the fringe of society, so he introduced acupuncture and traditional herbal medicine. He advertised it, not out of vanity but to avoid any inner gain for himself. Ejjo work in this way builds upon mutual interest and benefit. It has Japanese characters engraved on both ends.
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Also some persons from the indigenous villages were trained to bring service to their villages. This is an absurd answer.
I just try to meditate, barely daring to breathe. The peasants cleared the mountain near their village and planted a field of soy beans. The master only took off his shoes when he sat in sjo place.
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But we have great fighting spirit, like the general Anaya. The disciple insisted on taking off his shoes before entering the zendo, with its hardwood floor. During his lifetime in Mexico Takata Ejo Osho deeply respected and adapted to Mexican tradition and custom. After twenty years of work, more than seven hundred medical doctors and health practitioners had received a course in acupuncture.