By Alexis Lavis

ISBN-10: 2021123324

ISBN-13: 9782021123326

Toute parole, aussi authentique soit-elle, n'est pas nécessairement parlante. Elle exige, à mesure qu'elle est lointaine par l'origine, los angeles endurance des détours et l. a. faveur des circonstances. Puis il arrive qu'enfin nous l. a. reconnaissions s'adressant à nous : ainsi une fenêtre d'écoute et d'entente s'est-elle ouverte entre nous et l. a. Chine. Mais en quoi l. a. Chine nous intéresse-t-elle ? Fondamentalement, les choses nous intéressent parce qu'elles nous concernent dans notre être même. L'intérêt qui nous porte à nous mettre à l'école des Chinois doit donc s'envisager dans cet ordre et non dans celui plus routinier de l'économie ou de l. a. curiosité. Ce qui est en jeu ici touche à une query urgente : remark nous est-il attainable d'habiter humainement et authentiquement le monde tout comme notre propre lifestyles ? Telle est l. a. query fondamentale de los angeles pensée chinoise. C'est celle que ce livre se suggest d'explorer, en déployant le sens d'enseignements des différentes traditions chinoises : taoïste, confucéenne, bouddhiste, légiste et moïste. Ainsi s'éclaireront notamment des affirmations telles : "le Yin est sombre comme le fond des eaux ; le Yang est strength brillante" ; "le pouvoir doit rester caché ; il s'enracine dans le non-agir" ; "ceux qui veulent prendre le contrôle du monde et agir sur lui échoueront purement et simplement".Alexis Lavis est agrégé de philosophie, chargé de cours à l'université de Rouen, spécialisé dans l’étude des pensées asiatiques (Chine et Inde). Il a notamment publié L’Espace de l. a. pensée chinoise (Oxus, 2010), et est l’auteur de plusieurs traductions.

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Just sitting, one simply meets the immediate present. Desiring some flashy experience, or anything more or other than “this,” is mere worldly vanity and craving. Again invoking empty nature, Hongzhi says, “Fully appreciate the emptiness of all dharmas. ”21 The Trap of Passivity This nonseeking quality of Hongzhi’s meditation eventually helped make it controversial. : Daie Sōkō). A popular historical stereotype is that Dahui and Hongzhi were rivals, debating over Hongzhi’s silent illumination meditation as opposed to Dahui’s koan introspection meditation.

All Zen ritual activity, at least ideally, does have some impact, or liberative effect, for the participants. On the other hand, attachment to the mere procedural forms of ritual, in which the forms are followed in a routinized, rote manner, is traditionally considered a hindrance to practice. Nonattachment or not clinging is a primary feature of Dōgen’s practicerealization. Such clinging would be to neglect rather than to protect and care for practice-realization. Practice marked by pursuit or attainment of enlightenment can become a form of spiritual materialism or greed.

It is not that through zazen eventually there will be some transformation. That would be our habitual, acquisitive way of thinking, which arises because of how we have been conditioned by culture and language and family dynamics. Habitual patterns lead to thinking that if you do zazen now, then eventually, later on, you will achieve this transformation. But actually, the transformative function is happening in each moment of awareness. zazen mind and transformative function 19 How does this transformation develop?

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