The Complete Book of Zen

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Tuttle Publishing, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 324 pages
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In The Complete Book of Zen, Shaolin Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit explains the principles and practice of Zen with a clarity that comes only with true understanding. He traces the history and development of Zen, following its geographical path from its early beginnings in India to China, and then to Japan. He shows how Zen lies at the heart of many great works of art and culture, and then relates its practice to daily life, showing how Zen training and meditation can enhance inner strength, concentration, intuition, and emotional balance. He then outlines a series of exercises that offer readers both the spiritual and physical experiences of Zen -- and that can help them explore their spiritual potential, and bring simplicity, focus and vitality into their lives.

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Wong Kiew Kit, popularly known as Sifu Wong, is the fourth generation successor of Venerable Jiang Nan from the famous Shaolin Monastery in China and Grandmaster of Shaolin Wahnam Institute of Kungfu and Chi Kung. He received the "Qiqong (Chi Kung) Master of the Year" Award during the Second World Congress on Qiqong held in San Francisco in 1997.

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