Q: In Zen Master Hakuin's Chant in Praise of Zazen, he says:
And if we turn inward and prove our True-nature—
that True-self is no-self,
our own Self is no-self— we go beyond ego and past clever words.
My question is, if there is no self, who is it that keeps getting reincarnated? Doesn’t the idea of reincarnation imply that there is some integrated thing or self that can be referred to as existing, and which passes from one life to the next?