Books in category Philosophy – Zen

  • The Book of Not Knowing

    The Book of Not Knowing
    Peter Ralston

    The Book of Not Knowing points out the ways people get stuck in their lives and offers readers a way to make fresh choices about every aspect of their lives, from a place of awareness instead of autopilot. From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • Shifting Shape Shaping Text

    Shifting Shape, Shaping Text
    Steven Heine

    Shifting Shape, Shaping Text examines the fox koan in relation to philosophical and institutional issues facing the Ch'an/Zen tradition in both Sung China and medieval and contemporary Japan.

  • Pure Monotheism In Islam Faith

    Pure Monotheism In Islam Faith
    Muham Sakura Dragon

    The religion of Islam is based on one core belief, that there is no god worthy of worship but Allah.

  • Zen Brain Horizons

    Zen-Brain Horizons
    James H. Austin

    A neurologist and Zen practitioner clarifies the benefits of meditative training, drawing on classical Buddhist literature and modern brain research.

  • Manual de Budismo Zen

    Manual de Budismo Zen
    Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki

    In one of the best and most succinct introductions to Zen practice, this important teacher discusses posture and breathing in meditation as well as selflessness, emptiness, and mindfulness.

  • Chan Heart Chan Art

    Chan Heart, Chan Art
    Hsing Yun, Xingyun

    Chan Heart, Chan Art is a unique volume that pairs one hundred traditional Chan (Zen) stories retold by Venerable Master Hsing Yun with one hundred paintings that beautifully capture the flavor of traditional Chan art.

  • Zen War Stories

    Zen War Stories
    Brian Victoria

    A highly controversial study, this book will be of interest, first and foremost, to students of Zen as well as all those studying the history of this period, not to mention anyone concerned with the perennial question of the 'proper' …

  • Overtime Selected Poems

    Overtime: Selected Poems
    Philip Whalen

    Like his college roommate Gary Snyder, Philip Whalen took both poetry and Zen seriously.

  • Zen Driving

    Zen Driving
    K.T. Berger

    But why Zen driving? The purpose of Zen Driving, the book, is to introduce you to your natural self, which is what remains when you still your mind and ignore your chattering ego.

  • Being in Love

    Being in Love

    In this thoughtful, provocative work, Osho—one of the most revolutionary thinkers of our time—challenges us to question what we think we know about love and opens us to the possibility of a love that is natural, fulfilling, and free of …

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