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Lions Roar : January 2010
SHAMBHALA SUN jANUAry 2010 98 war and peace. They become everything. In reality, everything is generated from mind. All the forms that appear in the mind are simply the display of brilliant energy. SepTember 1994 Koan practice: No by John TArrAnT Just begin keeping company with No. breathe it in and out if that fits. Let it into your body as much as into your head. Go deeper than the yes-and-no dichotomy, and if you get caught there, notice it. have the koan do the work—tell it not to be lazy, the koan can do the koan even while you sleep. The koan has no judgments of you, so notice if it brings judgments up and feel free to challenge them. It seems, and this is no surprise, to work best when you medi- tate with an open heart, toward yourself in particular as well as toward others. The koan should console and warm you. It will also cut through stuff that you thought was true. I mean the stuff we all believe and think we can get away with even though we don’t quite believe it. The most important thing is to find out what actually happens rather than follow some idea of what might or should happen. Koan work is not about how you can get the koan to manipulate your consciousness, though it will take you on a journey through many states of mind. And it’s not about changing yourself or getting the right an- swer. Those things are conceivable and the koan draws us beyond that. Just be patient with it the way you would be with a friend or a guide and find out what the koan has to teach you. Ignore whatever I have said that makes no sense to you: find your way. mAy 2003 ♦ Shambhala Sun, ISSn 1190-7886, published bimonthly. Subscriptions: $29.95 US, $39 CDn, $46 Intl. mailing address: 1345 Spruce St., boulder, Co 80302-4886. Central business office: 1660 hollis St., #701, halifax, nS b3J1V7 Canada. publisher: James Gimian; editor: melvin mcLeod; Associate editor: Andrea miller. publication mailing address: 1345 Spruce St., boulder, Co 80302-4886. headquarters: Shambhala Sun Foundation, 1660 hollis St. #701, halifax, nS b3J1V7 Canada. Total no. of copies: actual 76585, avg 81344; mailed outside-county paid/requested subs: actual 33401, avg 34462; mailed in-county paid/requested subs: 0; paid dist. outside the mails including sales through dealers and other paid dist. outside USpS: actual 28464, avg 26998; paid dist., other classes: 0; Total paid/requested dist.: actual 61865, avg 61460; outside-county nonrequested copies: actual 1018, avg 1194; Free or nominal rate in-county: 0; other classes mailed through the USpS: 0; nonrequested copies dist. outside the mail: actual 100, avg 47; Total nonrequested dist.: actual 1118, avg 1241; Total dist.: actual 62983, avg 62701; Copies not dist.: actual 13602, avg 18643; Total: actual 76585, avg 81344; percent paid: actual 98.2%, avg 98.0%.