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舊 2015-06-08, 12:05 AM   #1
taichiskiing
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預設 The Zen of skiing



What do you see in this picture?

The Zen of Kyudo is “empty mind,”

ONE SHOT. ONE LIFE. Official Trailer by Empty Mind Films - YouTube



What is Zen of skiing?

:)
IS
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舊 2015-06-08, 06:32 AM   #2
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What do you see in this picture?

The Zen of Kyudo is “empty mind,”

ONE SHOT. ONE LIFE. Official Trailer by Empty Mind Films - YouTube


What is Zen of skiing?

:)
IS
外在技術不行就經常講些虛無飄渺的內在充大頭鬼,不認識妳就被妳嚇死,睇見妳滑雪晨運打太極就被妳笑死。
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舊 2015-06-09, 09:44 PM   #3
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What do you see in this picture?

The Zen of Kyudo is “empty mind,”

ONE SHOT. ONE LIFE. Official Trailer by Empty Mind Films - YouTube


What is Zen of skiing?

:)
IS
The Empty Mind - Kyudo or Japanese Archery - YouTube



Somewhere in the clip,“It is said in Zen, it is not the target the archer aims at, but in shooting the arrow, one find itself in the target”—“aiming without aiming”? Yes, the ways of Zen are often “paradoxical”/矛盾法. To find out the resolution to the paradox is called “koan”/公案, “aiming without aiming” is one of them. In Zen archery, hitting the target is not as importance as performing the “dance”/form, is that the ultimate goal of archery is hitting the target? “Hitting the target without hitting the target” is another “koan.” “Koan” must be resolved by the person itself, my answer remains mine, may or may not help others [to understand]; nevertheless, as it may show a way, and we have to move on, good luck. Why dancing a perfect dance/form is more important than the target? Given that the “great doctrine” of the Zen archery, through eons of practice, realized that in perfect form, the arrow can't go nowhere but the “target” the archer “aims” at. So, Zen archery is actually quite easy, once one finds out the “perfect form,” one is done, right? Yeah right. Now, what is the “perfect form” and how one is going about to achieve it? The “great doctrine” also confirms that by “following” the dance one learns one inner self, and when the “perfect form” is found, the archer shoots from within. Yes, a true master can hit the target blindfolded, Master Kenzo Awa did. (Zen in the art of archery—Eugen Herrigel) And it is also true that in order to reach the “perfect form” one cannot have its own ideas (which cannot be “perfect,”) so the “perfect form” can only be reached through “no-mind”/“empty mind.” As the arrow hits the target, one is to say have found oneself. When one finds oneself and releases the arrow which will find the target that is oneself, one will be “killed”—“one shot, one life,”(at least I hope that what they mean.) What is good about if one is dead? Yes, one will reborn as “enlightened.” That, imo, is what Zen archery is all about. As Zen archers seek internally for the “perfect form,” the Zen archery is no longer an external sport, but an inner discipline/philosophy that pursues the highest meaning of life. Then what? what else? No, there's “nothing”else and no more understanding beyond the enlightenment, which is the state of ultimate, 太極. We are back home, Taichi Skiing. Taichi Skiing seeks “gravity” internally which transforms the skiing from an external sport into an inner philosophy that quests the ultimate truth of the universe—gravity— thus, in enlightenment, be “oneness with gravity—the center of the universe.”

The Zen of skiing is the virgin snow. Anything touches it leaves marks, the “koan” of Zen skiing now is “how” can you make “clean” tracks like those in the picture?

:)
IS
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舊 2015-06-10, 12:19 AM   #4
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Somewhere in the clip,“It is said in Zen, it is not the target the archer aims at, but in shooting the arrow, one find itself in the target”—“aiming without aiming”? Yes, the ways of Zen are often “paradoxical”/矛盾法. To find out the resolution to the paradox is called “koan”/公案, “aiming without aiming” is one of them. In Zen archery, hitting the target is not as importance as performing the “dance”/form, is that the ultimate goal of archery is hitting the target? “Hitting the target without hitting the target” is another “koan.” “Koan” must be resolved by the person itself, my answer remains mine, may or may not help others [to understand]; nevertheless, as it may show a way, and we have to move on, good luck. Why dancing a perfect dance/form is more important than the target? Given that the “great doctrine” of the Zen archery, through eons of practice, realized that in perfect form, the arrow can't go nowhere but the “target” the archer “aims” at. So, Zen archery is actually quite easy, once one finds out the “perfect form,” one is done, right? Yeah right. Now, what is the “perfect form” and how one is going about to achieve it? The “great doctrine” also confirms that by “following” the dance one learns one inner self, and when the “perfect form” is found, the archer shoots from within. Yes, a true master can hit the target blindfolded, Master Kenzo Awa did. (Zen in the art of archery—Eugen Herrigel) And it is also true that in order to reach the “perfect form” one cannot have its own ideas (which cannot be “perfect,”) so the “perfect form” can only be reached through “no-mind”/“empty mind.” As the arrow hits the target, one is to say have found oneself. When one finds oneself and releases the arrow which will find the target that is oneself, one will be “killed”—“one shot, one life,”(at least I hope that what they mean.) What is good about if one is dead? Yes, one will reborn as “enlightened.” That, imo, is what Zen archery is all about. As Zen archers seek internally for the “perfect form,” the Zen archery is no longer an external sport, but an inner discipline/philosophy that pursues the highest meaning of life. Then what? what else? No, there's “nothing”else and no more understanding beyond the enlightenment, which is the state of ultimate, 太極. We are back home, Taichi Skiing. Taichi Skiing seeks “gravity” internally which transforms the skiing from an external sport into an inner philosophy that quests the ultimate truth of the universe—gravity— thus, in enlightenment, be “oneness with gravity—the center of the universe.”

The Zen of skiing is the virgin snow. Anything touches it leaves marks, the “koan” of Zen skiing now is “how” can you make “clean” tracks like those in the picture?

:)
IS
All of this is easily found on the web. The question remain, can you computer virus do that?
What do you see in the picture when you get huff with weed?

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舊 2015-06-10, 04:15 AM   #5
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我有睇完全上編呀,不過睇到這句 "at least i hope that's what they mean",我笑了出來。又來估估吓。

低俗的人用低俗的相片,仲要話滑相裏的 clean track。不知所為。
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舊 2015-06-10, 08:27 PM   #6
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The Empty Mind - Kyudo or Japanese Archery - YouTube


Somewhere in the clip,“It is said in Zen, it is not the target the archer aims at, but in shooting the arrow, one find itself in the target”—“aiming without aiming”? Yes, the ways of Zen are often “paradoxical”/矛盾法. To find out the resolution to the paradox is called “koan”/公案, “aiming without aiming” is one of them. In Zen archery, hitting the target is not as importance as performing the “dance”/form, is that the ultimate goal of archery is hitting the target? “Hitting the target without hitting the target” is another “koan.” “Koan” must be resolved by the person itself, my answer remains mine, may or may not help others [to understand]; nevertheless, as it may show a way, and we have to move on, good luck. Why dancing a perfect dance/form is more important than the target? Given that the “great doctrine” of the Zen archery, through eons of practice, realized that in perfect form, the arrow can't go nowhere but the “target” the archer “aims” at. So, Zen archery is actually quite easy, once one finds out the “perfect form,” one is done, right? Yeah right. Now, what is the “perfect form” and how one is going about to achieve it? The “great doctrine” also confirms that by “following” the dance one learns one inner self, and when the “perfect form” is found, the archer shoots from within. Yes, a true master can hit the target blindfolded, Master Kenzo Awa did. (Zen in the art of archery—Eugen Herrigel) And it is also true that in order to reach the “perfect form” one cannot have its own ideas (which cannot be “perfect,”) so the “perfect form” can only be reached through “no-mind”/“empty mind.” As the arrow hits the target, one is to say have found oneself. When one finds oneself and releases the arrow which will find the target that is oneself, one will be “killed”—“one shot, one life,”(at least I hope that what they mean.) What is good about if one is dead? Yes, one will reborn as “enlightened.” That, imo, is what Zen archery is all about. As Zen archers seek internally for the “perfect form,” the Zen archery is no longer an external sport, but an inner discipline/philosophy that pursues the highest meaning of life. Then what? what else? No, there's “nothing”else and no more understanding beyond the enlightenment, which is the state of ultimate, 太極. We are back home, Taichi Skiing. Taichi Skiing seeks “gravity” internally which transforms the skiing from an external sport into an inner philosophy that quests the ultimate truth of the universe—gravity— thus, in enlightenment, be “oneness with gravity—the center of the universe.”

The Zen of skiing is the virgin snow. Anything touches it leaves marks, the “koan” of Zen skiing now is “how” can you make “clean” tracks like those in the picture?



:)
IS

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: powder skiing, 2011 - YouTube



:)
IS
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舊 2015-06-11, 12:46 AM   #7
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左潻右加別人的資料原來目的又是推銷自己的偽太極吹牛滑雪。
妳很等錢用嗎?吸毒開銷很大吧。

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