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  - Aygul A. - Goodreads

Probably there is only one way of converting the skeptic who still says I have a head here, and that is to invite him to come here and take a look for himself; only he must be an honest reporter, describing what he observes and nothing else. Read full review

Review: On Having No Head: Zen and the Rediscovery of the Obvious

User Review  - Nathan Schwartz - Goodreads

A strange little book. Starts with a simple idea you can't directly see your own head, progresses to a still pretty simple idea, that you have a unique first-person view of your world, and then ... Read full review

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