Re: Pathless Land
Sep 08, 1997 10:02 PM
At 12:56 PM 9/8/97 -0400, Jerry wrote:
>>I am not talking about any spiritual path, because I should know
>>for sure of what the path it is, if indeed there is one. (I may have post
>>the Truth is Pathless Land statement of K).
>Yes Doss, there is a Path. The "Pathless Land" did not originate
>with K, but can also be found in Zen (Flying geese leave no tracks,
>etc). K did not mean to imply that there is no Path, but rather
>that there is no overall One Path--we each must find and tread our
>own. Which is exactly what K did himself.
Swami Vivekananda (Advaitist Vedanta) taught something much similar. This
goes to the heart of theosophy, IMHO, which points out the common truths
underlying many traditions, garbed as they may be in many robes.
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