The Power of Non-Reactivity: Lessons from Shun (2 min 5 sec)Preview1. Once there lived a great Zen master named Shun who was renowned for his wisdom and teachings.2. He had many students who came from far and wide to study under him.3. One day, a young warrior named Ken arrived at the village where the master lived.4. Ken was a renowned fighter who had never been defeated in a match.5. He challenged Shun to a fight, hoping to defeat the master and prove his own superiority.6. Shun accepted the challenge, much to the concern of his students.7. On the day of the fight, Ken began hurling insults and curses at Shun, hoping to provoke him into making a mistake.8. But Shun remained calm and composed, refusing to engage in the young warrior's taunts.9. Finally, after hours of verbal assault, Ken grew tired and gave up.10. He left feeling defeated and ashamed.11. The students gathered around Shun, curious about how he had been able to endure such an ordeal.12. Shun replied, "If someone comes to you with anger and insults, and you do not engage with them, to whom do the anger and insults belong?"13. The students understood that Shun's calm and non-reactive nature had allowed him to diffuse the young warrior's aggression without engaging in the same negative energy.14. This story illustrates the power of non-reactivity and the importance of not taking on the negative energy of others.15. It aligns with the teachings of Love, which emphasizes the importance of forgiveness and non-judgment in order to find inner peace.16. The master, Shun, represents the ideal of non-reactivity and inner peace, while the young warrior, Ken, represents the ego and the negative energy that is present in our lives.