Bankei Zen: translations from the Record of Bankei

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Grove Press, 1984 - Philosophy - 196 pages
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Offers a modern translation of the teachings of a seventeenth-century Japanese zen master, and describes the background of his life and times

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Review: Bankei Zen: Translations from the Record of Bankei

User Review  - Marian - Goodreads

A truly refreshing book, revealing a buddhist practice of immediacy that speaks directly to your intuition. Just let the words point the Way, without reifying. Suddenly, you will feel refreshed! Read full review

Review: Bankei Zen: Translations from the Record of Bankei

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

A collection of challenging and intense zen teachings from an eccentric and individualistic master. Considered to be very appealing to westerners. Instructive even if it feels a little ungrounded due to the lack of historical record. Read full review

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HOGO Instruction
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FROM THE GYOGO RYAKKI
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