There is no thinking about nonconceptualization, or about anything else.
The scriptures also say that one should not think “stop thinking!”
Do not think in order to clarify the meaning of nonconceptuality.
This becomes more and more subtle, more and more peaceful, more and more clear, more and more equal.
Once the basis has been transformed, rest in equanimity in the space of reality.
—Tibetan Zen: Discovering a Lost Tradition by Sam van Schaik, page 190