I was excited to learn of this book and even more excited to read its contents.
Whoever you are, whatever you believe, if you are not locked into the nutshell of who you believe yourself to be, try it ..... you'll like it.
It should be the source book for any author attempting to write about spirituality.
I first bought this book as a hardcover in the late 1990s, read the first part three times and the second part twice, and recently purchased this book in Kindle format. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brother Hamza Philip
I was surprised that the pages were unattached, and most of them were falling down. This made it difficult to concentrate on reading. The review said it was in good condition.Published 15 months ago by Judith Kramer
While much of the superficial language of Taoism and Zen Buddhism may lead one to think that Zen Buddhism is "Taoist Buddhism", they are two different things. Read morePublished 17 months ago by H. Cole
I am glad to see Ray Grigg's book in Kindle format! The Tao of Zen is a wonderful introduction to Taoism and Zen. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jim W. Dollar
It was fantastic getting all that history on both Zen Buddhism and Taoist philosophy. And it was good to have my suspicions confirmed. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by Immortalite
This book is really two books under one cover. One has its faults; it will leave you scratching your head regarding the complex, intermingled history of Taoism and Zen. Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by James Gerofsky
I was excited to learn of this book and even more excited to read its contents. The author of "The Tao of Zen" has put together a convincing historical and philosophical argument. Read morePublished on September 25, 2009 by John R. Wilson