The Zen Thinking Podcast — Episode 54 — The Blissful Emptiness of the Don't-Know Mind

In this week's episode I discuss using a practice of self-inquiry to empty the mind of its mistaken beliefs to reveal the bliss of the don't-know mind.

When the ego is silenced and the mind no longer tries to assert its opinions onto everything it perceives, your entire presence-of-being experiences a profound shift in perspective.

Within this new-found aware presence of nothingness, peace and happiness blossoms in what was previously filled with false egoic projections, imagined concepts, mistaken perceptions, untrue thoughts, needless dramaa, and faulty logic.

Within the don't-know mind, all problems disappear entirely, and bliss is uncovered as always being right here, right now.

In this episode I discuss the following pieces that I've recently published on Zen Thinking:

Easing into the Bliss of Not-Knowing through the Practice of Self-Inquiry

The Entire Universe Exists Within You, As You

The I that you perceive as being me, is not the same as the I that I perceive

Be in the world, but not of the world

Your opinions only imprison yourself

Thanks for listening to the show, I hope you enjoy it.