ISBN 9789384363543,A Little Bit of Nothingness : Eighty - One Observations on the Unnameable

A Little Bit of Nothingness : Eighty - One Observations on the Unnameable


Karl Renz


Zen Publications

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Zen Publications

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9789384363543

ISBN-10 9384363545


Number of Pages 150 Pages
Language (English)


An inspirational telling of all of the truths we humans have been taught to deny'. - Midwest book review.

The teachings of Karl Renz are a bit like Zen Koans - those short statements that stop the mind's activity by contemplating their paradoxical meaning. But Karl takes you even further-pondering his words have the power to turn the mind back upon itself, toward our original awareness of being.

A little bit of nothingness is a unique juxtaposition between the dialogues of Karl Renz and the eighty-one verses of the Tao Te Ching. Here, the reality of the Tao - the unnameable, original cause of all that is - has the potential to become evident as our own reality, by the deep insights provided through Karl.

The search for happiness usually takes us on an outward journey where we find ourselves identifying with everything except 'that which we truly are'. What we really need is to taste a 'A Little Bit of Nothingness' - the absence of any kind of ideas that we have about ourselves.

No one sees this as well as Karl Renz, the German mystic-artist who, for the last ten years, has traveled around the world pulling the rug out from under our hallowed beliefs, leaving us blissfully wanting even less.

'Realization means that consciousness, which once was identified with an object, becomes boundary-less. It becomes conscious of being consciousness. But the self is never realized nor not-realized. It is always prior to any ideas about enlightenment or non-enlightenment. Anything you can say about it is an idea'. - Karl Renz.

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