Leon Krings explains the Japanese concept of Kata: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kata
Toshihiko Izutsu mentions in his description of the Zen-Buddhist practice that after you de-subjectify the subject and de-objectify the object, you return to re-objectifying the object and re-subjectifying the subject. If you don't do this returning movement, you stay in one-sided mysticism and you won't have any social or intersubjective connection. It is a paradoxical inter-penetration of unity and opposition.
Leon Krings is a student of Professor Dr. Rolf Elberfeld: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolf_Elberfeld his books are downloadable here: https://www.uni-hildesheim.de/fb2/institute/philosophie/team/prof-dr-rolf-elberfeld/
Watch Elberfeld talk about Shōbōgenzō and how Asian and European philosophical traditions can meet (German only)
And his talk on "Philosophy in a globalised world" (German only):