A Zen Master on Pure Land Practice

I am currently reading Pure-land Zen, Zen Pure-land by Zen Patriarch Yin Kuang. Like Nagarjuna, he makes the distinction between conventional truth and ultimate truth:

At the conventional level, Amida is a literal Buddha and the Pure Land is a literal place billions of Buddha-lands to the West. At the ultimate level, Yin Kuang says Amida is the Buddha-nature in all things, including our own Buddha-nature, and the Pure Land is here and now.

He also warns that, if the Pure Land is mind-only, it is not an excuse to neglect our practice of reciting Amida’s name. This is because, for most people, Pure Land practice is the only realistic way to attain Buddhahood.