The Three Pillars of Zen: Teaching, Practice, and Enlightenment
Anchor Books, 1989 - Philosophy - 400 pages
Through his exploration of the three pillars of Zen -- teaching, practice, and enlightenment -- Roshi Kapleau presents a comprehensive overview of this ancient oriental discipline, making it useful to both initiates and long-time disciples.
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Review: The Three Pillars of ZenUser Review - Robin Friedman - Goodreads
There is a famous Zen koan (a Zen paradox which the student of Zen must resolve on the path to enlightenment) known as Mu. As recounted in this book (page 82) it goes like this: "A monk in all ... Read full review