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THE TWO TIGERS KO’HAN

THE TWO TIGERS KO’HAN   A Zen ko’han is a question with no possible rational answer that the Teacher uses to break the structures of the disciple’s mind. In this one   you are pursued by a tiger and reach a big tree at a precipice’s edge; one of its roots goes down into it and by descending down it the tiger can’t catch you. …

THE CONUNDRUM

THE CONUNDRUM   The Key:   The ultimate conundrum is the dichotomy between our true Self and our surface being. The only solution is to go beyond our mind at last.   a) Sri Aurobindo introduces the issue by pointing out that:   The whole world aspires for freedom, and yet every creature is enamored of his own chains. This is the first paradox and …