On Having No Head: Zen and the Re-discovery of the Obvious

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Arkana, 1986 - Enlightenment (Zen Buddhism) - 81 pages
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Review: On Having No Head: Zen and the Rediscovery of the Obvious

User Review  - Darren Berg - Goodreads

Douglas Harding states in a couple places in the book, that sometimes things come into your life, just when you need them to. This book is no exception. An amazing read. The first half of the book ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katya - Goodreads

A very interesting approach to the idea of the absence of ego: the author is trying to share his own mystical experience he had as a young man in Himalayas when he realized that, unlike he had always ... Read full review

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