Updated: Jun 8
A common error people make along the way, particularly by those who meditate, is to try not to "do" and only "be". So there is an apparent separation. A dualism.
But we are never not "being" and when "doing" is necessary it comes effortlessly of itself, as an expression of being.
Let me paraphrase a poem by the Japanese Zen Poet-Monk, Ryokan to help explain...