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Published on Aug 16, 2009
In part three Shinzen talks about how having equanimity with muddle and confusion, or "don't know mind", is the basis of an extraordinary new kind of knowing, and how this was discovered independently in at least three different cultures - the ancient Greek skepticos "epoche", the Christian monks and nuns of the middle ages "docta ignorantia", and in the Tang dynasty China where it was called "don't know mind". Filmed in May 2009 at Mt. Carmel Spiritual Centre in Niagara Falls.