Flowers Fall: A Commentary on Dōgen's Genjōkōan

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Shambhala, 1996 - Religion - 133 pages
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Written by the founder of Japanese Zen, Eihei Dogen (1200-1253), the "Genjokoan" is often considered to be the key text within Dogen's masterwork, "Shobogenzo." The "Genjokoan" addresses in terse and poetic language many of the perennial concerns of Zen, focusing particularly on the relationship between practice and realization.

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Flowers Fall 1
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Notes
109
Bibliography
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