Werner Erhard’s The Transformation of a Man and the Art of Doing -Without-Doing: Corporate Aesthetics and Post-Quantum Feedback Loop in Retrocausal Zen

D.T. Suzuki Photograph

D.T. Suzuki Photograph

A moment too soon         

Zen Painting Japan

                            Zen Painting Japan

Vapors smooth

Combing its back

Reaches out for that void

Unknown entangles the known like tea dreaming to be drunk

From empty pots and vessels

Filled with sunlight in a bowl

Seeds that will germinate 

Flowers, rivers and oceans 

And granite mountains crumbling to dust

Picked up by the winds 

Wayfaring across the boundaries of sleep and awakening 

Into time tunnels retrocausally active 

Jumping like a cat out of Schrodinger’s box

Neither alive nor dead

A non-dual existence above the rest       

I'M With You In Rockland Allen Ginsberg

I’M With You In Rockland Allen Ginsberg

Playing a miniature part

In the grand finale 

Nose, ear, eye undifferentiated in the spectrum 

Why are there beings at all, and why not rather nothing? That is the question.

“Technical knowledge is not enough. One must transcend techniques so that the art becomes an artless art, growing out of the unconscious” – D.T. Suzuki

“Nothing acts of itself -there is no such thing as an Agent. Action is the nature of the whole thing and it appears as it were in one place in relation to stillness in other and so on…” -Alan Watts 

“To take a stand for the future is to bring forth a new opportunity, not one derived from the past, but an opportunity created from a future to which we give ourselves. – Werner Erhard /Interview with USA Today, “Mankind Must Find a New Self Awareness”, Dan Neuharth and Miles White, December 14, 1982

Hands, legs, brain undifferentiated in the spectrum      

Alan Watts and DT Suzuki

Alan Watts and DT Suzuki

Only spectral lines 

Only fluctuations in the artist’s mind

A web of life interconnected creating non-equilibrium dissipative structure

The  old  custom

From  its  bag  of  promise

Gives  wisdom  beyond  happiness

Inward walking

Dimensions seek themselves

Stay fresh in the morning dew

Your teacups are dreaming the warmth of the stove

Awakening is  an act of making the tea.

-J

PS: Why are there beings at all, and why not rather nothing? That is the question. – Martin Heidegger

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