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1)5月6日19時より・・・リクエスト、禅語等
https://youtu.be/kp0M-U33m24

2)5月7日19時より・・・TRUTH AND ACTUALITY(2)
https://youtu.be/wGt5-S891As

1)以下のご質問です。

①且緩々②関坐聴松風③時時勤払拭④脚下照顧
⑤明珠在掌⑥随所作主⑦立処皆真⑧也太奇⑨知足
⑩禅という言葉の意味


その他の日頃の疑問
⑪一人で坐禅している時、足が痛くなったら姿勢を崩していいのか
⑫雑念を払う方法
⑬足が痛くなって切れそうになって、足がダメになる恐怖が襲う時、どうすればいいのか
⑭どうやって座りの中心を立てられるのか
⑮坐禅党でつばを飲み込みたいが、そうすると聞こえてしまいそうだから、飲み込めない、つばで息が窒息しそうになったらどうすればいいのか


2)TRUTH AND ACTUALITY(2)真理と実際の事

二回目ですが、初めてでも大丈夫です。

こちらのPDFを印刷しておくと、便利ですchaptere1・・・・15ページまで(全部印刷すると大変なことになります)

https://www.holybooks.com/wp-content/uploads/Truth-and-Actuality-by-J-Krishanmurti.pdf


7ページから
K: We want to find out the distinction between truth and reality.
We said anything that thought thinks about, whether unreasonably
or reasonably, is a reality. It may be distorted or reasoned clearly, it
is still a reality. That reality, I say, has nothing to do with truth.
Dr B: Yes, but we have to say besides, that in some way reality
involves more than mere thought. There is also the question of
actuality. Is the thing actual? Is its existence an actual fact?
According to the dictionary, the fact means what is actually done,
what actually happens, what is actually perceived.
K: Yes, we must understand what we mean by the fact.
Dr B: The fact is the action that is actually taking place.
Suppose, for example, that you are walking on a dark road and that
you think you see something. It may be real, it may not be real.
One moment you feel that it's real and the next moment that it's not
real. But then you suddenly touch it and it resists your movement.
From this action it's immediately clear that there is a real thing
which you have contacted. But if there is no such contact you say
that it's not real, that it was perhaps an illusion, or at least
something mistakenly taken as real.
K: But, of course, that thing is still a reality that thought thinks
about. And reality has nothing to do with truth.
Dr B: But now, let us go further with the discussion of "the
thing". You see, the root of the English word "thing" is
fundamentally the same as the German "bedingen", to condition, to
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set the conditions or determine. And indeed we must agree that a
thing is necessarily conditioned.
K: It is conditioned. Let's accept that.
Dr B: This is a key point. Any form of reality is conditioned.
Thus, an illusion is still a form of reality which is conditioned. For
example, the man's blood may have a different constitution because
he's not in a balanced state. He is distorting, he may be too excited,
and that could be why he is caught in illusion. So every thing is
determined by conditions and it also conditions every other thing.
K: Yes, quite.
Dr B: All things are interrelated in the way of mutual
conditioning which we call influence. In physics that's very clear,
the planets all influence each other, the atoms influence each other,
and I wanted to suggest that maybe we could regard thought and
consciousness as part of this whole chain of influence.
K: Quite right.
Dr B: So that every thing can influence consciousness and it in
turn can work back and influence the shapes of things, as we make
objects. And you could then say that this is all reality, that thought
is therefore also real.
K: Thought is real.
Dr B: And there is one part of reality influencing another part of
reality.
K: Also, one part of illusion influences another part of illusion.
Dr B: Yes, but now we have to be careful because we can say
there is that reality which is not made by man, by mankind. But
that's still limited. The cosmos, for example, as seen by us is
influenced by our own experience and therefore limited.
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K: Quite.
Dr B: Any thing that we see, we see through our own
experience, our own background. So that reality cannot possibly be
totally independent of man.
K: No.
Dr B: It may be relatively independent. The tree is a reality that
is relatively independent but it's our consciousness that abstracts
the tree.
K: Are you saying that man's reality is the product of influence
and conditioning?
Dr B: Yes, mutual interaction and reaction.
K: And all his illusions are also his product.
Dr B: Yes, they are all mixed together.
K: And what is the relationship of a sane, rational, healthy,
whole man, to reality and to truth?
Dr B: Yes, we must consider that, but first may we look at this
question of truth. I think the derivation of words is often very
useful. The word "true" in Latin, which is "verus", means "that
which is". The same as the English "was" and "were", or German
"wahr". Now in English the root meaning of the word "true" is
honest and faithful; you see, we can often say that a line is true, or
a machine is true. There was a story I once read about a thread that
ran so true; it was using the image of a spinning-wheel with the
thread running straight

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