Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

May 1, 2021

Chaoz Zen?

Chaoz Koan: Why are you here?-)
FINDING ZEN?
I was re-reading Gordon White's book
'The Chaos Protocols' while I was listening to a 'Life, Death and the Space Between' podcast about Zen and listening to the news on TV, and a thought came to me - I wonder if anyone has thought of making a spin off of this Chaos Magick 
malarkey by combining Zen meditation and calling it Chaoz Zen?-)
You could put a Chaos Magickal spin on old koans, such as - "if a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it ... mean it was your fault?-)
A zen prayer maybe?
Or ... if you use a Zen curtain does anyone see you sitting?

UPDATE:
I was reading the illustrated 'The Book of Five Rings' and saw this picture above of Daruma, the first patriarch of Zen and I thought, gee, I'd hate to see how this bloke looked before he
discovered Zen:-)

2 comments:

  1. Thing is with Chaos Magick is that it isn’t rooted in anything. There’s no base, it works because it’s fluid and has no identify. Precisely why it got co-opted by everyone. It’s all magick because everything is chaotic. The best practitioner of Chaos Magick is Dugin, Putin’s ‘spiritual and philosophical’ adviser. Dugin was and still is an acolyte of Crowley. Very powerful magician is Dugin.

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  2. Being a Chaoz Zen practitioner myself I have nothing to say to that;-)

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