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Tao of Now: Daily Wisdom from Mystics, Sages, Poets, and Saints

Josh Baran - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2012 - 398 pages
The peace you are seeking is right here, right now. If you think enlightenment requires decades of spiritual practice and is reserved only for the chosen few, think again. Josh ...
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One Essence: The Nondual Clarity of an Ancient Zen Poem

Robert Wolfe - Philosophy - 2011 - 126 pages
"One Essence" is a modern commentary on the nondual teachings of a classical Zen text. It is also a collection of Zen wisdom and poetry, containing the 67 stanzas of the Hsin ...
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Zen and Psychotherapy: Partners in Liberation

Joseph Bobrow - Psychology - 2010 - 246 pages
Zen master and psychotherapist uses Zen and psychotherapy to explore attention and its uses, the healing relationship, means and ends, the basic ground, how and why we suffer ...
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Mud and Water: The Collected Teachings of Zen Master Bassui

Bassui Tokusho - Literary Collections - 2013 - 256 pages
The fourteenth-century Zen master Bassui was recognized as one of the most important Zen teachers of his time. Accessible and eloquent, these teachings cut to the heart of the ...
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The Tao of Religion

George Rapanos - 2007 - 335 pages
The Tao of Religion is a "source book" dealing with religious transcendence...the "paradox" is beyond the secular and the religious, the finite and the infinite, and falls very ...
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The Evolution of the Soul

Dominick Romano - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2003 - 244 pages
A layman's evaluation of life, God, and our place in the universe. A new look at what and who we truly are.
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Zen Enlightenment: Origins and Meaning

Heinrich Dumoulin - Religion - 2007 - 175 pages
Enlightenment, the cosmic experience of universal unity, is a notoriously elusive concept in Zen. Here, the renowned scholar Heinrich Dumoulin traces the development of Zen and ...
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