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Is the Unborn A Religion?

We would not want one to confuse Unborn Mind Zen with some form of new religion. Religion, at its heart, comes from the Latin, religare–meaning to be bound to. Much of the ongoing chaos in the world is directly tied … Continue reading

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Love’s Labour’s Lost

You used to be in love with the Unborn, but now it’s all gone… Don’t fret because it can usually occur this way. When you had it, you weren’t looking for it. And why? Because it was occurring within you. … Continue reading

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Origin of the One who Suffers

Chapter Ten: On the Four Truths There’s an interesting copy of this chapter translated by Charles Patton found on the old Dark Zen website. The notable difference from other copies concerns the line, “That which is called [the sufferer] is … Continue reading

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