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Jon Kypros
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PostPosted: 2012-06-12, 02:55    Post subject: One thought about "Shakuhachi Competition" Reply with quote

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I was just reading and this came up:

"Never become serious about anything. Take it lightly and enjoy it!
Everything helps growth if you can take it lightly.
Don't become too obsessed with the technique, remain free. The technique
is needed but technique is not all. The art is something far more than the
technique. The art is like the fragrance that surrounds the flower: you
cannot grasp it, it is elusive. Technique is material, gross.
To become a technician is one thing and to be an artist is another. What is
the difference? Both have to use technique, but the artist remains aware
that it is only a technique, and the technician becomes identified with the
technique and forgets that he is separate. He loses himself in the
technique, he loses his bigger being in a very small thing, a method.
Use the technique but don't be used by it; remain alert, aware. And then
your techniques will be helpful. They will become your meditations. And you
have chosen a beautiful dimension; learn, go into it deeply, but still remain
a witness, and then there will be no conflict. There is no conflict.
You will become able!"
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PostPosted: 2012-06-12, 05:13    Post subject: One thought about "Shakuhachi Competition" Reply with quote

That was great! Who are you quoting here? Source material? Please clarify and further elucidate, brother Jon. Thanks! Okay
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PostPosted: 2012-06-12, 11:26    Post subject: One thought about "Shakuhachi Competition" Reply with quote

Sounds like Osho to me...
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PostPosted: 2012-06-13, 00:40    Post subject: One thought about "Shakuhachi Competition" Reply with quote

Osho
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PostPosted: 2012-06-13, 06:16    Post subject: One thought about "Shakuhachi Competition" Reply with quote

Osho yes! Smile Half way down chapter 1:

http://sureslive.wordpress.com/2008/12/22/zorba-the-buddha/
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