Book from the Archaeological Survey of IndiaCentral Archaeological Library, New DelhiBook Number: Book Title: Method of ZenBook. A precise description of the techniques used in Zen training. The author investigates the philosophy, methodology, and cultural manifestations of Zen Buddhism, drawing upon his six years of training in Japan.
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I too had jumped up in order to get out into the open. The author notes, though, that principles of any kind are foreign to Zen and those who practice Zen live in a state of intuitive awareness. About halfway through now. Of course, a subject as deep and complex as Zen Buddhism is certainty not an easy one eugdn grasp, at least not for me. Agnieszka Parker rated it really liked it Mar 28, The bit on meditation was hrlpful. Most religions seem to aen this type of person, that has a special connection that they cannot easily explain and seem to hold over the head of their followers, students, flock, etc.
Rafael Lima rated it liked it Dec 07, Michael Kerley rated it liked it Jul 14, Aug 16, Dawn rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sep 14, Pamela rated it liked it. Decent, but not nearly as good as his classic.
Method of Zen
Paul’s famous words on the topic from “One” Corinthians Thirteen. Ian Vance rated it liked it Jul 13, Might have been better had I read ‘Zen in the Art of Archery’ first.
This advice l followed. A few sections of the book are difficult to comprehend due either to the esoteric nature of the discussion or the various filters the concepts go through before they make it to the English reader.
Oct 16, Wayward Child rated it did not like it. I particularly liked Herrigel’s description tthe satori, which of course is a kind of oxymoron, since satori is one thing that cannot ever be described.
He writes of salvation, a concept that seems to be derived from Christianity. I was advised to turn to one of the arts which were most strongly influenced by Zen, and thus to make contact with it by a slow and roundabout route.
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Soon after I arrived in Japan, a meeting took place with some Japanese colleagues in Tokyo. A few days later I learned that this Japanese colleague was a Zen Buddhist, and I gathered that he mthod have put himself into a state of extreme concentration and thus become “unassailable.
Buddhismus in der deutschen Kultur. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Apr 26, Phil rated it it was ok. These were collected, edited and revised by Alan Watts, Hermann Tausend, and others; and published as this book. I did some previous research on the subject, of course, but that is still not enough.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. And it explains Zen. Lists with This Book. May 29, Bornbazie Flame rated it really liked it.
It is not possible to describe and explain Zen in words alone. I picked up this book because I enjoyed Herrigel’s “Zen in the Art of Archery”, which is one of the best books on Buddhism that I’ve read.
I have a difficult time with the idea of a master, pastor, guru, etc.