A meditative state in which perception is utterly free of
discrimination between mind and matter, self and object; where the
only permanence is impermanence; and change, whether subtle or
violent, remains the essence of being.
- Sam Hamill
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This page has a bit of Jin Nyodo's notation: specifically the
first "page" of Mujushin Kyoku, Jin's own composition,
along side a list of the titles for the 50 pieces of honkyoku and
the one sutra that opens the set.