The Elements of Zen

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Element, 1992 - Zen Buddhism - 136 pages
The Zen way to self-knowledge is a search beyond the fetters of a logical mind toward an understanding of our own true selves. Through meditation techniques and the study of koans--startling paradoxes which cannot be solved by rational thought--a Zen student can achieve calmness, clarity, and concentration which ultimately leads to enlightenment.

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Zen Practice
42
Further Practice
67
Zen Food
81
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