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Buddhadharma : Summer 2018
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 85 ORIGINALLY WE ARE completely vastness. In the vastness of the universe, there is no dichotomy, no discrimination; there is perfect peace and har- mony. Philosophically speaking, this is called emp- tiness. Sometimes vastness is personalized, and it’s called buddha. If you experience that emptiness, it is called buddhanature. Plainly speaking, it is universal consciousness. Before you start to think, your life is already present there. So if you want to realize the truth of life, all you have to do, as best as you can, is stand up straight and start to walk. In Shobogenzo Sansuikyo (“Mountains and Rivers Sutra”), Dogen Zenji said that if you think walking just means walking around on two feet, you do not fully understand walking. Real walking is wholehearted participation in coming and going, origination and cessation, moment after moment. Walking in that way is proceeding through the realm of truth. Alone in the Vastness of Existence Dainin Katagiri Roshi photo | Geetanjal Khanna / Unsplash