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ISBN:
1931412464
Author:
Eric Chaline
Category:
New Age & Spirituality
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fair Winds Pr; illustrated edition edition (March 31, 2003)
Pages:
128 pages
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The Book of Zen traces its history through India, China, Korea, and finally to its home in Japan .

The Book of Zen traces its history through India, China, Korea, and finally to its home in Japan through the charismatic characters that developed its traditions. Explore the Zen principles of emptiness, illusion, and Buddha nature. A graduate of Cambridge University and The School of African and Oriental Studies, London, he lived in Japan for seven years where he was introduced to the teachings of the Sato Zen school.

The Book of Zen book. Eric Chaline is a journalist and writer specializing in history, philosophy and religion. He graduated from Cambridge and is the author of several books. Books by Eric Chaline. Mor. rivia About The Book of Zen:. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Book Of Zen: The Path To Inner Peace. by. Eric Chaline (Goodreads Author). Zen seems to revel in mystification, but does the hype live up to close scrutiny?

At first glance, Zen seems to be little more than a web of mystification and contradictions.

At first glance, Zen seems to be little more than a web of mystification and contradictions. We think, for instance, of Zen's famous koan, or saying, that presents the image of "one hand clapping. However, a deeper look into the Zen form of Buddhism shows even skeptical critics a rich path toward spiritual enlightenment and personal serenity.

Zen seems to revel in mystification

Zen seems to revel in mystification. But does the hype live up to close scrutiny? The Book of Zen traces its history through India, China, Korea, and finally to its home in Japan through the charismatic characters that developed its traditions. Experience a transcendental state of enlightenment by following the practices of zazen and shikantaza. Learn how to listen for the sound of one hand clapping.

The Book Of Zen. The Path To Inner Peace. Published March 31, 2003 by Fair Winds Press (MA). Check nearby libraries.

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Foxing on inner side of sleeve. The book itself is in good condition. However, a deeper look into the Zen form of Buddhism shows even skeptical critics a rich path toward spiritual enlightenment and personal serenity

Foxing on inner side of sleeve. The Book of Zen offers a history and overview of Zen, as well as an introduction to its method and ideas. The author describes Buddhism's introduction to Japan, where the Zen form of Buddhism came into full flower. He also discusses Zen's main forms of expressionfor instance, in Japanese calligraphy and pictorial art forms; in haiku poetry; in chayu or the tea ceremony; in ikebana or flower arrangement; and in the martial arts.

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At first glance, Zen seems to be little more than a web of mystification and contradictions. We think, for instance, of Zen's famous koan, or saying, that presents the image of "one hand clapping". However, a deeper look into the Zen form of Buddhism shows even skeptical critics a rich path toward spiritual enlightenment and personal serenity. The Book of Zen offers a history and overview of Zen, as well as an introduction to its method and ideas. The author describes Buddhism's introduction to Japan, where the Zen form of Buddhism came into full flower. He also discusses Zen's main forms of expression—for instance, in Japanese calligraphy and pictorial art forms; in haiku poetry; in chanoyu or the tea ceremony; in ikebana or flower arrangement; and in the martial arts. Readers will also find an account of how Zen came to the West, first in the nineteenth century, then made a lasting impact on American and European culture in the mid-twentieth century. The volume concludes with advice on ways in which readers can incorporate Zen into their lives. This enlightening and enjoyable book is enhanced with more than 200 illustrations, most of them in color.
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Great basic overview
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