practice should be the practice of “right now.”

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verbatim transcript, from audio, creek level low

I have explained the poem about “Emptiness is form,” or shochuhen. Sho is reality and hen is “form” or “seeming” [?]. Shochuhen. And the next one is henchusho, the opposite. And chu means, you know-- chu or soku-- means some activity in which-- not activity-- some-- not relationship, but something in which everything appears-- every event, you know, appears. What will it be [laughs]? Something in which, you know, appears. Maybe say a little bit more [laughs]: something in which everything appears-- ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).


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