A Man of Zen: The Recorded Sayings of Layman Pʻang

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Weatherhill, 1992 - Zen Buddhism - 135 pages
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This text is a collection of anecdotes, dialogues, and poems by or about the 8th-century Zen adept P'ang Yun.

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An unusual book, mostly of conversations between Masters. There isn't any of the traditional student dialogues. Worth reading, offers rare insights into the Zen tradition.

Review: A Man of Zen: The Recorded Sayings of the Layman P'ang (Inklings)

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Zen anecdotes from Layman P'Ang's travels after abruptly giving up his life of materialism. The three starts are for the fact that, for the general Western reader, many of the stories are lost in ... Read full review

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