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So, even if the Amitabha sutra is a metaphor for a nondual understanding, one should practice anyway.
Perhaps one of the most profound and helpful concepts is learning to see that the pure land is here and now, that it is more a state of mind than an actual place.
Cautiously used, this is a very important work as a foundational text for use in a dialogue with non-Buddhist devotional religions.
These are great thoughts about the relationship of pureland and the zen. I gained a deeper understanding in pureland and how it relates to today, right now.Published 11 months ago by Sebastian A Ramirez
i bought this book from amazon online.call me simple minded but i think this is a very nice book by a sincere teacher who knows his stuff and who to my knowledge is one of the... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by turtleface
This is a lovely book bridging the traditional ideology of the Pure Land as an afterlife and the more zen-like reality of being in the Pure Land in the present moment. Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by MamboMan