It also offers quite practical exercises to enrich one's creative experience.
If you are willing to slow down and take a close look at your mind and at your artistic process, then I think you will really enjoy this book.
This book is well worth reading for anyone who would like to understand the creative act, even if they do not follow the practice of Zen.
This book was worth the time I spent reading it.
It is very clear at explaining the concept of Zen, and the philosophy of Buddhism, without disturbing your current... Read more
This is the most beautiful book I have read about zen and zen art! Every would be or already mature artist and zen meditation practitioner should read it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Alexiana
A wonderful book to guide the artist or writer through the thicket of self-imposed obstacles to one's inherently creative nature. Definitely a book to read again and again.Published 12 months ago by Donna Birdwell
I like this book a lot I learn thing and now understand thing that was a unknnown fact to me and why it happen, It's better then I dream it could be. Great readding . Read morePublished 15 months ago by catfish
Sensitive, inspirational and clear about seeing and transforming nature and self through process of conscious observation and contemplation of object and subject.Published 18 months ago by Shalom Gorewitz
Find it interesting. Easy read. Very encouraging and helpful words from author to find the Zen way to creativity. Concept can be applied to many facets of life.Published 22 months ago by T
I bought this for Kindle and have read about half of it. It's a good exposition of the author's personal journey but he seems to spend a lot of thought about the process of not... Read morePublished on October 1, 2011 by J. Bullard
It is said that when the student is ready the teacher will appear. This wonderful journey in art and spirituality is confirming/affirming intuitions that 65 years of life as an... Read morePublished on September 21, 2011 by Earthsong