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Warm Zen Practice: A poetic version of Dogen's Bendowa
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Price: Free! Words: 1,750. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Asian philosophy
Poet-Philosopher and Zen Priest Tai Sheridan's Warm Zen is an easy to read poetic interpretation of Dogen's complex philosophical essay 'Bendowa'. Dogen's writing is based on the Buddhist philosophy and experience of 'no-self' and the unconditioned reality of existence-being, also called the 'dharmakaya', the mystical and transcendent body of light.
The Nirvana Experiments and Other Tales of Asia
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 54,430. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2011 by Proglen. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
The Nirvana Experiments and Other Tales of Asia by William Page is a collection of ten stories set in Thailand, India, China, Nepal, Taiwan and Afghanistan. Although the protagonists come from different backgrounds, most of them are engaged in a common venture: the quest for spiritual certitude.
Random Musings for College Students: Part Two
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 7,750. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literature » Educational
Innumerable thoughts develop in mind while teaching the students of literature in a classroom but it is not always possible to transfer all the ideas which suddenly crop up in a teacher’s mind, and as a result such ideas continue to be stored in sleeping memory.
Kung Fu in a Cup of Tea
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,730. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Asian philosophy
These brief texts are the result of 20 years of study and practice, but this is not a book about how to throw a punch or kick an opponent. Kung Fu is not a thing you do, but how you do things. It is a way to look at life. Anything you do, whether fighting or sipping tea, can be done either with or without Kung Fu. It's our decision.