Books in category Philosophy – Zen

  • No Beginning No End

    No Beginning, No End
    Jakusho Kwong Roshi

    Throughout this book he combines examples of his unique style with less well-known stories from the Zen tradition, personal anecdotes—including moving and humorous stories of his training with Suzuki-roshi—and his own lucid and …

  • Eat Sleep Sit

    Eat Sleep Sit
    Kaoru Nonomura

    This book is Nonomura's account of his experiences.

  • Minding Mind

    Minding Mind

    The instructions in this book focus on the highest type of all, "pure, clear meditation": a state of true objectivity that enables the practitioner to use all the other types of meditation freely and consciously, without becoming fixated or …

  • Sakuteiki

    Sakuteiki
    Jiro Takei, Marc P. Keane

    Learn the art of Japanese gardening with this classic, fascinating text. The Sakuteiki, or "Records of Garden Making," was written nearly one thousand years ago.

  • La iluminaci n zen

    La iluminación zen
    Rubén H. Ríos

    La iluminación Zen es, ante todo, más la consecuencia de una falta de creencia que la causa de una fe en cualquier trascendencia divina.

  • Simple Zen

    Simple Zen
    C.Alexander Simpkins, Annellen M. Simpkins

    The final section of the book, entitled "Living Zen," addresses the ways in which Zen can help us to realize a deeper, fuller life though such artistic activities as poetry, brush painting, the martial arts, tea ceremony, and flower …

  • Zen Brain Horizons

    Zen-Brain Horizons
    James H. Austin

    In Zen-Brain Horizons, James Austin draws on his decades ofexperience as a neurologist and Zen practitioner to clarify the benefits of meditative training.Austin integrates classical Buddhist literature with modern brain research, exploring …

  • Japanese Flower Arrgt Primer

    Japanese Flower Arrgt- Primer
    Ellen G. Allen

    With talent and facility, expression in these art forms is Satisfying. And this is true also of flower arranging, an ancient art that can express a thought or mood and in a sense combine the expression of severnl other media.

  • Stirring the Waters

    Stirring the Waters
    Janell Moon

    " Moon's innovative methods will encourage you to develop a new perspective. "Streaming," one of the many exercises included in Stirring the Waters, involves brainstorming, even doodling, across the page.

  • The Sage s Way

    The Sage’s Way
    Ray Grigg

    Author of internationally sold books The Tao of Relationships, The Tao of Being, The Tao of Sailing, Zen Brushpoems, The Tao of Zen, The New Lao Tzu, Ray Grigg is eminently qualified to offer this work to those who are seeking a balanced …

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