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Zen Buddhism The Pathway to Nirvana By Scott Shaw
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Zen Buddhism: The Pathway to Nirvana provides the reader with a complete overview of the history and evolution of Buddhism -- from the birth and enlightenment of the Buddha onto the modern day. It... More > then provides a complete how-to for all of the various meditation techniques employed by Zen Buddhism. Finally, this book details how the practitioner of Zen may rise to the ultimate plateau of Nirvana. This book is a compelling work by one of the most respected authors in the field.< Less
Manual of Zen Buddhism By D.T. Suzuki
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Here are the famous sutras, or sermons, of the Buddha; the gathas, or hymns; the intriguing philosophical puzzles known as koan; and the dharanis, or invocations to expel evil spirits. Included also... More > are the recorded conversations of the great Buddhist monks - intimate dialogues on subjects of momentous importance. In addition to the written selections, all of them translated by Dr. Suzuki, there are reproductions of many Buddhist drawings and paintings, including religious statues found in Zen temples, each with an explanation of its significance.< Less
Dark Buddhism By Morgan Rosenberg
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Dark Buddhism: Integrating Zen Buddhism and Objectivism merges Objectivism with traditional Zen Buddhism. On the surface, these two philosophies seem to contradict each other, with Ayn Rand’s... More > principles of self-focus and the Buddha’s principles of selflessness, but the author argues that each of them has logical inconsistencies, which once weeded out, means the philosophies can be blended into a cohesive whole.< Less
Buddhism from A to Zen: A Westerner’s Guide to Key Buddhist Concepts By Gary Borich
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A comprehensive resource in a succinct alphabetical format that brings the essence of Buddhism to heart and mind. Buddhism from A to Zen: A Westerner’s Guide to Key Buddhist Concepts provides... More > for the reader the scaffolding on which to begin a study of Buddhism and serves as a practical tool for revealing the meaning and connectedness of Buddhist thought.< Less
Buddhism from A to Zen: A Westerner’s Guide to Key Buddhist Concepts By Gary Borich
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A comprehensive resource in a succinct alphabetical format that brings the essence of Buddhism to heart and mind. Buddhism from A to Zen: A Westerner’s Guide to Key Buddhist Concepts provides... More > for the reader the scaffolding on which to begin a study of Buddhism and serves as a practical tool for revealing the meaning and connectedness of Buddhist thought.< Less
The Ocean of Zen By Paul Lynch, JDPSN
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An exploration of Korean Buddhism as practiced in the 21st Century America. Practicing at a Zen center, we begin to realize how our opinions create our problems, by coming between us and the... More > situations we find manifest in our lives. When we have to courage to let go of these opinions, it is possible to live our everyday lives with clarity and harmony. Over time we learn to cooperate, to see clearly, and to accept people and situations as they are, with this our minds become strong and wide. Then it becomes possible to act, in the manner of a Bodhisattva for others with no trace of ourselves. The forms practiced in Zen are designed to help us see our opinions, and our minds that don't pay attention, in each situation that we find ourselves. If we keep a mind that wishes to leave no trace of our passage, these forms fall easily into place. We hope that your training here will help your spiritual growth, and through that help bring about a peaceful world.< Less
Zen Judaism By Avi Sion
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Zen Judaism is a frank reflection on the tensions between reason and faith in today’s context of knowledge, and on the need to inject Zen-like meditation into Judaism. This work also treats... More > some issues in ethics and theodicy.< Less
Zen Judaism By Avi Sion
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Zen Judaism is a frank reflection on the tensions between reason and faith in today’s context of knowledge, and on the need to inject Zen-like meditation into Judaism. This work also treats... More > some issues in ethics and theodicy.< Less
A Pocketful of Zen By Nyogen Senzaki Paul Reps Dwight Goddard
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In Buddha, Tao, Zen, "Father of American Beat Zen" Dwight Goddard reveals the history of Zen's transmission and development, from Shakyamuni Buddha's Enlightenment in India, to... More > Bodhidharma's journey to bring the Dharma to China, through a succession of remarkable teachers, ending with Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch of Buddhism, whose experiential insight into traditional Chinese Taoism gave Chinese Ch’an and Japanese Zen their characteristic form and spirit. In The Gateless Gate, discover the 48 essential koans of Zen Buddhism, those "mind-puzzle" stories used by Zen Masters throughout the ages to unlock their students' minds, illuminated by the sometimes biting commentary of 13th Century Zen Master Mumon. Bringing two classic Zen texts together in one slim, portable volume, A Pocketful of Zen is the ultimate hip-pocket companion for modern Zen seekers traveling the path to Enlightenment.< Less
A Pocketful of Zen By Nyogen Senzaki Paul Reps Dwight Goddard
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In Buddha, Tao, Zen, "Father of American Beat Zen" Dwight Goddard reveals the history of Zen's transmission and development, from Shakyamuni Buddha's Enlightenment in India, to... More > Bodhidharma's journey to bring the Dharma to China, through a succession of remarkable teachers, ending with Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch of Buddhism, whose experiential insight into traditional Chinese Taoism gave Chinese Ch’an and Japanese Zen their characteristic form and spirit. In The Gateless Gate, discover the 48 essential koans of Zen Buddhism, those "mind-puzzle" stories used by Zen Masters throughout the ages to unlock their students' minds, illuminated by the sometimes biting commentary of 13th Century Zen Master Mumon. Bringing two classic Zen texts together in one slim, portable volume, A Pocketful of Zen is the ultimate hip-pocket companion for modern Zen seekers traveling the path to Enlightenment.< Less