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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: THE BEST MUSIC EVER
vertical line Posted on Dec.26.2016 @ 03:39PM EDT by ---T e
Amon amarth

Death In Fire

https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=e-UbViuK4fY


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Reply from Enver m.
Dec.27.2016
02:20PM EDT 
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vertical line I have open this topic to post music groups.So I don't want to reflect discredit on the topic.But I want to share some regards that's relevant.

When we understand Void and Being are same,
We add this to "Death In Fire" concept
And we find Zen-

It is like 'This mind is Buddha!' one master say
And then 'This mind is not Buddha!' another master say
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Reply from Enver m.
Jan.02.2017
01:18PM EDT 
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vertical line Zen (Chinese: ?; pinyin: Chán) is aschool of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty as Chan Buddhism. It traces its origins to the Indian practice of Dhyana("meditation"),[note 1] but was strongly influenced by Taoism and developed as a distinguished school of Chinese Buddhism.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6d/Hsuan_Hua_Hong_Kong_1.jpeg
Venerable Hsuan Hua
meditating in the Lotus
Position. Hong Kong, 1953.


In the Soto school of Zen, meditation with no objects, anchors, or content, is the primary form of practice. The meditator strives to be aware of the stream of thoughts, allowing them to arise and pass away without interference. Considerable textual, philosophical, and phenomenological justification of this practice can be found throughout Dogen's Shobogenzo, as for example in the "Principles of Zazen"[web 2] and the "Universally Recommended Instructions for Zazen".[web 3] In the Japanese language, this practice is called Shikantaza.



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Reply from so_teh
Jan.05.2017
11:55PM EDT 
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vertical line What is time? Time in life? Before life? After? Now?

If time is the enemy of man and woman, and there are men and women trying to steal your time, in fear of losing their minds, who is the one generous of time in a corpse that seems to be dwindling?

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Reply from Enver m.
Jan.06.2017
03:11AM EDT 
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vertical line Time is a foreign language

That foreign language is "Now"

Really, What is behind Time?
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Reply from Enver m.
Jan.18.2017
11:52AM EDT 
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vertical line Imany
The good, the bad, the crazy

https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=ALcEUpm347U
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Reply from Enver m.
Jan.22.2017
05:59PM EDT 
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Hai! (japanese)
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Reply from Enver m.
Jan.22.2017
06:14PM EDT 
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vertical line Now I need a guitar & @ drum.
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