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  One day a monk paid a visit to Tinh Khong (1091-1170), a Vietnamese Zen master,
who was of the tenth generation of Vo Ngon Thong lineage, and asked:
-From old days it was talked about "direct pointing", what does that mean?
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THE WAY TOWARD LIBERATION
Posted on Aug.13.2009 @ 07:45PM EDT by chontri

The way toward liberation is to train yourself to live in the present
without wanting to become anything. Give up becoming this or that,
live without cravings, and experience this present moment with full
attention. Then you will not cringe at death or seek repeated rebirth.


 



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