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That is what has gone into it." When I read this book, I get the similar sense.
Zen is not for everyone, but if you are familiar with Buddhism, it will be the absolute best book to read about this esoteric side of Buddhism.
Despite this barrier of words, Suzuki does a remarkable job of somehow making the concepts real.
This review is for the Kindle edition. The edition I received on my Kindle is so full of misspellings and "sounds like" words that are not what the author wrote that I... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Denver L. Dolman
A very decent book. The academic flavor is a little un-zen, but really the info is excellent.Published 2 months ago by Samuel Gray
This book is over my head. The way the author tries to relay his message is confusing to me, and doesn't just lay it out plain and simple. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ray charles
I have long had an interest in Zen Buddhism, but reading this book brought me up short. I refer in particular to the following short passage: "Gutei's (Chu-chih) favourite response... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dan
The book is a very quick overview of what is zen buddhism, although it bases more in what is not zen.Published 9 months ago by Daniel
For any one who is in a clear concise overview of the Eastern Mind this is the best place to start. It also gives his other works and his resources in the study of Buddhism as... Read morePublished 11 months ago by 1-BEING