Reader comment on Jeanne de Salzmann's passage ...
On Jan 29, 2012 Conrad P Pritscher wrote:|
I don't know. I know Salzmann has excellent thoughts about not having thoughts. She knows much about not knowing. I also like David Doane's comments very much. Being open to seeing, noticing what is, is very important for me. My earlier training has made me more mechanical in what I do and think, and as I see that, I have a greater chance of becoming less mechanical and more open to be less of a separate me. I don't notice what my body tells me as much as what my thinking tells me. If I pay more attention to my bodily sensations I would probably be wiser and more often realize that I don't know. I notice that anyone trying to say a way to live wisely is difficult since the way that can be said is not the way as Lao Tzu said. I appreciate your giving me the opportunity to respond and I know II have warm and kind regards for everyone.