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The Zen Experience
Written by Thomas Hoover
Publisher New American Library
Published 1980
en
Pages 286
Some call it "seeing," some call it "knowing," and some describe it in religious terms. Whatever the name, it is our reach for a new level of consciousness. Of the many forms this search has taken, perhaps the most intriguing is Zen. Growing out of the wisdom of China, India, and Japan, Zen became a powerful movement to explore the lesser-known reaches of the human mind. Today Zen has come westward, where we are rediscovering modern significance in its ancient insights. This book is an attempt to encounter Zen in its purest form, by returning to the greatest Zen masters. History of Zen, created by the personalities and actions of its Masters. Gradual and Sudden Enlightment, the Koan, the migration of Zen to Japan.
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ISBN: 0452252288
Thank you to Project Gutenberg & Greg Douras
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