Zuigan Calls His Own Master

Zuigan called out to himself every day, "Master." Then he answered himself, "Yes, sir." And after that he added, "Become sober." Again he answered, "Yes, sir." And after that he continued, "Do not be deceived by others." "Yes, sir; yes, sir," he answered.

Calling the Master within is not mere introspection, the usual aim of which is to understand one's psychological motives or evaluate one's behaviour - good or bad. Zuigan's calling, "Master," is calling the universal self, not the moral self. The Master Zuigan calls is the true self that existed before he was born.


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