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Looking forward to reading more books written by Alan Watts on the subject of Zen.
I am not a believer in reading about Zen, but this is one book that I recommend to anyone who is interested in Zen practice.
It is said "Those who know do not speak; Those who speak do not know." All I can say is read the book.
Way too cerebral. Difficult to understand. Poorly written. The anthesis of zen. Not worth your moneyPublished 1 day ago by flute_maker
I have walked my own path since I first read this in the late 80s. It resonated with a questioning mind still forming. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Redfour5
Everyone who wants to understand any religion needs to be aware of Watts' brilliant explanation of a basic foundation for most religious practices -- Zen meditation.Published 28 days ago by G. Ball
A friend of mine who had spend time in a Zen monastery when young, he is a japanese American from Hawaii, when I asked him about Watts and zen he asked if I had read his biography. Read morePublished 28 days ago by old squid
Oh, Alan. You are such a character and such as master and both come through in your writing.Published 2 months ago by Jon R. Christensen
The Way of Zen is an excellent introduction and background of Zen. I have read over hundred Zen books. The Way of Zen is a great addition to my library.Published 2 months ago by Benjamin Lopez
It wasn't the easiest read that I've ever had but it's an interesting book the problem with giving these surveys as they want you to write more than that's necessaryPublished 2 months ago by Pamela Little
Having listened to audio books, purchased the Kindle edition to be able to mark passages that I would like to further review. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tarragonfam