Written by Sengchan, the third Zen patriarch of China, this is a classic treatise on returning to primal consciousness. It dovetails well with John Zerzan’s “Langauge: Origin and Meaning”, “Running on Emptiness”, and “Silence”. In case you were wondering what unreified, unmediated consciousness looks like, the Xin Xin Ming is a way to find out for yourself. I recommend carrying it around as a daily meditation, to keep you sane.
From Ouroboros Ponderosa