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  1. Rational Zen

    Rational Zen

    The Mind of Dogen Zenji

    • edited by
    • Thomas Cleary
    Zen has often been portrayed as being illogical and mystifying, even aimed at the destruction of the rational intellect. These new translations of the thirteenth-century Zen master Dogen—one of most original and important Zen writers—illustrate the rational side of Zen, which has been obscured through the centuries, tainting people's understanding of it. Rational Zen consists of enlightening selections from Dogen's two masterworks, "Treasury of Eyes of True Teaching"… Read More

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  2. Stopping and Seeing

    Stopping and Seeing

    A Comprehensive Course in Buddhist Meditation

    • by
    • Chih-i
    "Stopping" and "seeing" are sometimes referred to as the yin and yang of Buddhist meditation—complementary twin halves of a unified whole. In essence, "stopping and seeing" refers to stopping delusion and seeing truth, processes back to basic Buddhist practice. One of the most comprehensive manuals written on these two essential points of Buddhist meditation is "The Great Stopping and Seeing," a monumental work written by sixth-century Buddhist master Chih-i. … Read More

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  3. Turning Suffering Inside Out

    Turning Suffering Inside Out

    A Zen Approach to Living with Physical and Emotional Pain

    • by
    • Darlene Cohen
    Darlene Cohen discovered the secret to finding happiness in the midst of debilitating pain. She shares her knowledge in her popular workshops and now in this book. Cohen, who has suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for eighteen years, was hobbling painfully to her local Zen center one day, when she made a discovery that changed her life: if she focused on the foot that was in the air rather than the… Read More

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  4. Zen Words for the Heart

    Zen Words for the Heart

    Hakuin's Commentary on the Heart Sutra

    Hakuin Zenji (1689-1769) was one of the most important of all Japanese Zen masters. His commentary on the Heart Sutra is a Zen classic that reflects his dynamic teaching style, with its balance of scathing wit and poetic illumination of the text. Hakuin's sarcasm, irony, and invective are ultimately guided by a compassion that seeks to dislodge students' false assumptions and free them to realize the profound meaning… Read More

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  5. Appreciate Your Life

    Appreciate Your Life

    The Essence of Zen Practice

    • by
    • Taizan Maezumi
    • edited by
    • Eve Myonen Marko
    Here is the first major collection of the teachings of Taizan Maezumi Roshi (1931-1995), one of the first Japanese Zen masters to bring Zen to the West and founding abbot of the Zen Center of Los Angeles and Zen Mountain Center in Idyllwild, California. These short, inspiring readings illuminate Zen practice in simple, eloquent language. Topics include zazen and Zen koans, how to appreciate your life as the life of… Read More

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  6. The Complete Book of Chinese Health and Healing

    The Complete Book of Chinese Health and Healing

    Guarding the Three Treasures

    • by
    • Daniel P. Reid
    Here is the first complete manual of Chinese medicine specifically written for the layperson. Filled with illustrated exercises and recipes, this book offers a unique, integrated system of preventive health care so that now anyone can promote good health, longevity, and spiritual awareness using these traditional techniques. Included are: Key concepts of Chinese medical theory Dozens of illustrated T'ai Chi and Chee-gung exercises The Chinese approach to… Read More

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  7. Rumi's World

    Rumi's World

    The Life and Work of the Great Sufi Poet

    • by
    • Annemarie Schimmel
    This book (previously published as I Am Wind, You Are Fire ) celebrates the extraordinary career of Persia's great mystical poet, Rumi (1207–1273), through the story of his life, along with an enlightening examination of his ecstatic verse. Rumi lived the quiet life of a religious teacher in Anatolia until the age of thirty-seven, when he came under the influence of a whirling dervish, Shams Tabriz, and was moved… Read More

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  8. Sacred Passage

    Sacred Passage

    How to Provide Fearless, Compassionate Care for the Dying

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    • Margaret Coberly
    Working as an emergency room nurse, Margaret Coberly came in contact with death on a daily basis. However, it wasn't until her own brother was diagnosed with terminal cancer that she realized she understood very little about the emotional and spiritual aspects of caring for the terminally ill. To fill this gap she turned to the unique wisdom on death and dying found in Tibetan Buddhism. In this book Coberly… Read More

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  9. Subtle Sound

    Subtle Sound

    The Zen Teachings of Maurine Stuart

    • edited by
    • Roko Sherry Chayat
    Maurine Stuart (1922–1990) was one of a select group of students on the leading edge of Buddhism in America: a woman who became a Zen master. In this book, she draws on down-to-earth Zen stories, her friendships with Japanese Zen teachers, and her experiences as a concert pianist to apply the inner meanings of Buddhism to practicing the basic ethics of daily living—nowness, unselfishness, compassion, and good will toward every… Read More

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