The Mu Koan

Via on Jan 10, 2011

“The Mu or no koan is one of the first and most intractable of the Zen koans. A few students who pass this koan attain enlightenment within their lifetimes.”

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4 Responses to “The Mu Koan”

  1. Ohhh… I want to know the answer now, I am so human! so non-englithened!

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  3. Ricardo das Neves Ricardo says:

    Pretty funny! Harks back to Tom Robbins' assertion (in "Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas") that the master said "Woof!" in response. :-)

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