Know Not a Thing - Insights into Dynamic Meditation by K. Khemananda
This treatise provides insights and guidance into the practice of dynamic meditation, which derives from the saying of the Buddha: " Whenever you see things, just see. Whenever you listen, just listen. Whenever you know, just know." The essence of dynamic meditation is the awareness of things on the basis of bodily movement, without focussing the mind on any object. One may come to realize the essence of the mind by being aware of thought processes. The book explains the difference between static and dynamic meditation, and also traces the author's own search for true awareness.