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'no-thought' is a deep and steady trance upon sensory, unconscious signs. It is intuitive and non-abstract, bodily, emotional. A deep drinking in or imbibing of one another's ids. A very pleasuable and sought after-valued-expereince, or series of experiences.
Immersed in the other's body-language, we interpret their signs, or generate hypothesises. We do not think or anaylze, but feel. We speculate, without resolving or concluding anything. We drift. We linger. We dote upon. We fall in love.
The trance has to be steady, without any moral supervision, or intervention. Just to wallow in lust and desire. To love and feel its pleasure. Our senses play upon the other's physical-sexual-presence. We phantatsize, we get off'; subconsciously, we are sexually engaged with the other, our ids meeting and congealing, touching.
The entire experience is psychological, and psychology connects to the body, the unconscious. We pick up the non-linguistic cues and indications, the signs, all of an erotic, physical nature, for this is us, the human, to percieve these subtle manifestations, to enjoy them. It is happiness, what we've always wanted.
Never moralizing, never analyzing, never thinking; this is the rule of the Buddha. Enlightenment is the feel of her psychological lacy underwear, her signs, her scent, her self, -intuitively, subliminally, on the level of the unconscious and desire.
For this is Zen, to not leave the substance of the unconscious, the fine needle-work of her finery, her behavior, her presence and indications, and without any moral, rational, or conscious oversight.
It is the natural state, and Zen is natural knowledge. The Buddhist is the natural man, in the state of nature. Pure id, without any admixture of judgment or unfreedom. Perfectly spomntaneous. A creature of desire. Pure embodied pleasure.
Two things: the pleasure of the body, and the pleasure of the psychological signs. These are the substance, our new standard and paradigm. We are to stay within their parameters or limits. Never to leave that area, never to awaken from your trance; that is Nirvana. Bliss.