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Today I watched a video containing an insightful dharma talk given by Joseph Goldstein, so just thought of sharing this insightful video with you all: https://youtube.com/watch?v=Hb70CYgwvpM
I was not able to understand the last part regarding non-clinging to attachment to consciousness, may be that is what Dogen refers to in Fukanzazengi where he taught that by practicing non-thinking, body and mind of themselves will fall away and then our True Nature (or who we really are) will shine forth - or may be I have not even understood what Dogen had taught in Fukanzazengi - How can we see the impermanence of consciousness? Anyways, towards the end of the above video, Joseph Goldstein refers to Buddha's teaching that - Nothing what so ever is to be clung to as I or mine - which seems to have the entire Dharma in it.