Zen sitting is not some sort of operation to be performed. It is going into one’s true original nature before father or mother were born. The self seeks to grasp the self, but it is already the self, so why should it go to grasp the self? Look into it…
It is worth knowing that one can get hypnotized into thinking that there is only one way to do a thing correctly—it’s the Right Way, and there are no other ways. . .
Buddhism can be looked at in terms of music, whereas the Vedanta of the Upanishads could correspond to architecture. As an example, take the familiar opening chords in Rachmaninov’s popular Second Piano Concerto.