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Three aspects of Huineng’s path.

There are three aspects of Huineng’s path. They are: thoughtlessness, immateriality and nonabiding.

Thoughtlessness as it’s doctrine, Immateriality as it’s substance, and Nonabiding as it’s fundamental.
Thoughtlessness means not being carried away by any specific thought in the use of our minds.

Immateriality means not being absorbed by attachment to objects while in the midst of objects.

Nonabiding is the fundamental essence of our minds.

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Daniel is a Buddhist Meditation and Mindfulness teacher. His background is rooted in the Zen Tradition and he was empowered to teach through the Dharma Winds Zen Sangha. Daniel runs a meditation group in Kansas City called Fountain City Meditation

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