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Buddhadharma : Summer 2006
summer 2006| 60 |buddhadharma In our practice the most important thing to know is that we have buddhanature. Real practice happens when realization of the bud- dhanature takes place. Intellectually we know that we have buddhanature and that this is what was taught by Buddha. But even though we have bud- dhanature, at the same time, it is rather difficult to accept it. And although we have buddhanature, at the same time, our nature has an evil side. And although buddhanature is beyond good and bad, at the same time, our everyday life is going on in the realm of good and bad. So there is a twofold reality. One is the duality of good and bad, and the other is the realm of the absolute, or no good and no bad. Our everyday life is going on in the realm of good and bad, the realm of duality. Buddhanature is found in the realm of the absolute where there is no good The Lamp of Zazen The point of zazen, says Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, is to live each moment in complete combustion, like a clean-burning kerosene lamp. In this talk at the Tassajara sesshin in the summer of 1969, the great Zen master explains Dogen’s teaching on practicing within imperfection and warns against the arrogance of the false self. MInoRuAokI Suzuki Roshi lecturing in the old Tassajara zendo