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bd40bc7c7a CHAPTER VII SATORI, or Acquiring a New Viewpoint The object of Zen discipline consists in acquiring a new viewpoint for looking into the essence of things. ^ Sharf 1993. Suzuki, whose most cherished methodology seems to have been to describe some aspect of Zen as beyond ordinary explanation, then offer a suitably incomprehensible story or two by way of illustration. Look into your own being and seek it not through others. Zen declares, though in somewhat different manner: "Nothing really exists throughout the triple world; where do you wish to see the mind (or spirit, *hsin*)? The four elements are all empty in their ultimate nature; where could the Buddha's abode be? -- but lo! the truth is unfolding itself right before your eye. The popular "lay" image of Zen, notably the notion that Zen refers not to a specific school of Buddhism but rather to a mystical or spiritual gnosis that transcends sectarian boundaries, is largely a twentieth-century construct.
By the so-called Dharma in meant the Mind of all beings. Meditation is something artificially put on; it does not belong to the native activity of the mind. However, Suzuki did not attempt to popularize the Shin doctrine in the West, as he believed Zen was better suited to the Western preference for Eastern mysticism, though he is quoted as saying that Jdo Shinsh Buddhism is the "most remarkable development of Mahayana Buddhism ever achieved in East Asia".. When life becomes more enjoyable and its expense broadens to include the universe itself, there must be something in *satori* that is quite precious and well worth one's striving after. "Why not?" "Because when they eat they do not eat, but are thinking of various other things, thereby allowing themselves to be disturbed; when they sleep they do not sleep, but dream of a thousand and one things. SUZUKI. 1. The discipline of Zen consists in upsetting this groundwork once for all and reconstructing the old frame on an entirely new basis. PREFACE The articles collected here were written for the "New East", which was published in Japan during the 1914 War under the editorship of Mr.Robertson Scott. Career.