Perhaps zen flashes when the dichotomy, the barrier or boundary between the observed and the observer collapses, when the experiencer and the experience are one. Subject and object lose meaning for a brief time. For an instant, the sense of self or “I” is forgotten or lost or transcended. One is not separate from the experience, but becomes part of the experience. But, alas, words fail here as they must. Words can at best only hint at the experience.
While taking these pictures yesterday, I forgot myself for a few timeless moments.
The images can speak to you for themselves.
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