To recognize your own moving on will certainly be no different from recognizing the moving on of the verdant mountains.
– Sansuikyo, On the Spiritual Discourses of the Mountains and the Water
Shobogenzo, The Eye and Treasury of the True Law.
Here is an extract from the translators notes attached to this chapter:
In this discourse in particular, ‘mountain’ is most often used as a descriptive epithet for one who is sitting in meditation, as still as a mountain among mountains (that is, one who is training among other members of the Buddhist Sangha),…
If here is a place to sit as a mountain among mountains all will be well. Let us walk on the Way, together with all living things.