A tune beyond the clouds: Zen teachings from old China

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Asian Humanities Press, 1990 - Philosophy - 123 pages
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This work focuses on the teachings of an outstanding Zen master of 13th century China -- Shiqi Xinyue, "Mind-Moon" of Stone River. Stone River was a religious leader who served as the abbot of a number of major Zen temples, and was honored by the imperial authorities as an eminent holy man.

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This book focuses on the teachings of 13th-century Chinese Zen master Shiqui Xinyue. The koans, stories, and poems of the Zen master accompanied by explanatory notes from the editor comprise the bulk ... Read full review

Contents

A Tune Beyond the Clouds
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A Slice of Zen History
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The Zen Schools
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