Teach Yourself Zen

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Religion - 176 pages
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This introduction explains and points the way to the experience of Zen, bringing heightened consciousness, spiritual fulfillment, and enlightenment. The author discusses the basic doctrine of Buddhism and the expanded principles of Mahayana Buddhism. He also examines the actual process of self-training toward the Zen experience of Reality.

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A decent introduction to Zen and it's long history. The first few chapters are very helpful in narrowing down some broad concepts into understandable language, but it goes downhill from there. The ... Read full review

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introductio n to revised edition
being in the world 11
the dynamics of existence 20
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About the author (2003)

Christmas Humphreys was the founder of the Buddhist Society, London. Stephen Hodge has published 12 books on Buddhism, philosphy and oriental languages.

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