Opening the Hand of Thought: Approach to Zen

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Arkana, 1993 - Philosophy - 233 pages
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Wise, clear, and searching, this collection of the writings of an iconoclastic Zen master takes a rational approach to transcendence, to the discovery of the unlimited depth of reality, and to understanding the self beyond our usual notions of who we are.

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Zen Buddhism, with its quirky appeal of paradoxical koans (such as, "What is the sound of one hand clapping?''), resists wide popularity because of its rigorous, long-term discipline for sincere ... Read full review

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An excellent expose of Zen Buddhism and the true meaning and nature of zazen practice. I honestly cannot imagine a better book on the subject, free of mystical implications, false promises and new-age ... Read full review

Contents

UNDENIABLE REALITY
1
Practice and Persimmons
14
THE REALITY OF ZAZEN
35
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About the author (1993)

Warner is resident priest and teacher of Stone Creek Zendo, in Sebastopol, California.

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