The Three Pillars of Zen: Teaching, Practice, and Enlightenment

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Philip Kapleau
Harper & Row, 1966 - Zen Buddhism - 363 pages
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Good introduction to Zen Buddhism. - Goodreads
This is a deep insight to Zen buddhism. - Goodreads
As for being a good writer, he is not. - Goodreads
Very good reference material! - Goodreads
It provides stories and excellent explanations. - Goodreads
great introduction to zen buddhism. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Sarah Webb - Goodreads

The book that introduced me to Zen. Understandable, deep. It is a good introduction with enough meat on it for continued revisiting. Highly recommend it to anyone choosing a way to practice and as a book for anyone exploring Buddhism. Read full review

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User Review  - Johannes Bertus - Goodreads

Very interesting. It leaves me with a number of questions though. I have studied Zen with a number of teachers and sanghas, and none if them obsessed about enlightenment/kensho/satori the way people ... Read full review

Contents

Editors Introduction
3
A Biographical Note on Yasutaniroshi
24
Yasutaniroshis Commentary on the Koan
63
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