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Wisdom Pages > The Art of Centering

Long after man has forgotten such words as Zen 'and Buddha, satori and kuan, still the search will go on until Zen is seen in the heart of man and in the flowers and grass-blades before the sun.

Zen is the Centre, The Point of Balance, The Being, The Seeing

Machines, ledgers, dancers, athletes, balance. Just as centering or balance augments various skills, so it may awareness. As an experiment, try standing equally on both feet; then imagine you are shifting your balance slightly from foot to foot just as balance centres, do you.

If we are conscious in part, this implies more inclusive consciousness. Have you a hand? Yes. That you know without doubt. But until asked the question were you cognizant of the hand apart?

Surely men as inspirators, known and unknown to the world, have shared a common uncommon discovery. The Tao of Lao-tse, Nirvana of Buddha, Jehovah of Moses, the Father of Jesus, the Allah of Mohammed - all point to the experience.

No-thing-ness, spirit - once touched, the whole life clears.
These ancient teachings presented here are from the Vigyan Bhairava and Sochanda Tantra, both written about four thousand years ago, and from The Malini Vijaya Tantra, which is probably another thousand years older yet. These ancient teachings, copied and recopied countless times, Translated into English by the Venerable Swami Lakshmanjoo in his hermitage on the hills above Srinagar Kashmir, and it written here as it has been completed by Paul Reps.

Some of the ways may appear redundant, yet each differs from any other. Some may seem simple, yet any one requires constant dedication even to test it.

Shiva first chanted these verses to his consort Devi in a language of love we have yet to learn. It is about the immanent experience. It presents 112 ways to open the invisible door of consciousness.

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