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If meditation is something you are interested in trying at all, I highly recommend checking out this book.
Buksbazen has written one of those books you can open to any page and find something relevent for the moment you are in.
Thirdly, it teaches one to be aware and mindful - sitting is just sitting; be it a "good" or "hard" sitting.
It's a 101 book, for very beginners. I'm not a total beginner, although I just started reading more consistently about Zen buddhism, and this book is a little too basic for me. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jacobo
Nice little Meditation primer for beginners!
Coupled this book with some deep TEDStalk meditation "How to's" videos on youtube and together they lay the stepping... Read more
Meditation always seemed so esoteric to me, something far out of reach. This book makes the practice learnable. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Kemp
I thought this book was pretty good, and it addressed most concerns, but I felt it could have had a bit more meat on it. Read morePublished on August 2, 2007 by The Capitol
However, if you are looking for something with more depth (perhaps after you have read "Zen... In Plain English") would be Robert Aitken's "Taking the Path of Zen". Read morePublished on July 30, 2006 by James Puett