One Taste: Daily Reflections on Integral Spirituality by Ken Wilber

By Ken Wilber

As one that has written greatly in regards to the inside existence, meditation, and psychotherapy, Ken Wilber—the major theorist within the box of quintessential psychology—naturally arouses the interest of his quite a few readers. based on this interest, this one-year diary not just bargains an remarkable entrée into his inner most global, yet deals an creation to his crucial concept. "If there's a subject to this journal," Wilber writes, "it is that physique, brain, and the luminosities of the soul—all are excellent expressions of the Radiant Spirit that by myself inhabits the universe, elegant gestures of that fab Perfection that on my own outshines the world."

Wilber's own writings include:

• info of his personal non secular practice
• recommendation to non secular seekers
• Reflections on his paintings and that of different fashionable theorists within the box of vital psychology
• His day by day own experiences
• Dozens of his brief theoretical essays on issues from artwork to feminism to spirituality to psychotherapy

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Nyozen’s lay name was Takihime (or Takino according to the account in the Buked¯i o¯shinshu¯ – Imai), and she had been of the household of O [ 60 ] J I Z O¯ STANDS UP Toshiharu, a retainer of the Uesugi family. She trained under Geno¯, the founder of Kaizo¯ji temple, and in 1313 she grasped the essence of Zen, presenting this poem to her teacher: The bottom fell out of the bucket of that woman of humble birth; The pale moon of dawn is caught in the rain-puddles  (1) What does the poem about the water from the waterpipe caught in the bucket really mean?

Ichinyo (Miyata Chu¯yu¯), Ryu¯mon (Hirata Yasumaru) and others examined the records of Zen at the palace; Mumon ¯ i Kiyomichi), Rakuzan (Suzuki Yoshitaka) and others took (O the documents on sho¯gun Zen; Ryo¯zen (Ishii Tokihisa), Katei (Yamada Toshiaki) and others studied warrior Zen; Daian and Kido¯ worked solely on Kamakura Zen. But many of them had official duties and little time for the research, and if they were sent abroad it had to be set aside. Moreover those officials in the ministries of Education and the Army who had given support round about 1878, were completely occupied with their political responsibilities when the Satsuma rebellion broke out, and had no opportunity for anything else.

What would you be wanting with a word or half a word? The old master Daikaku went deep into the forest and put one word down there, and now the whole Zen world is tearing itself to pieces on the thorns, trying to find it. If the reverend Ryo¯-A before me wishes to grasp that one word, then without opening the mouth, do you recite the su¯tra of noword. If you fail in your awareness of the no-word, you will at once lose the one word. Displayed, the one word is [ 54 ] DAIKAKU’S ONE-ROBE ZEN set above the thirty-three heavens; buried, it is at the bottom of the eighth great hell.

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