See things as they are

From the book Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism by Chohyam Trungpa

If we see things as they are, then we do not have to interpret or analyze them further; we do not need to try to understand things by imposing spiritual experience or philosophical ideas upon them. As a famous Zen master said: “When I eat, I eat; when I sleep, I sleep.” Just do what you do. completely, fully.

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