What is most important about D.T. Suzuki's work, however--and what comes across so powerfully in these selections--is his unparalleled ability to communicate the experiential aspect of Zen. The intensity here with which Zen philosophy comes to life is without parallel in the canon of Buddhist literature. Suzuki stands apart from all teachers before or since because of his exceptional ability to eloquently capture in words the seemingly inexpressible essence of Zen.
First zen book and i am really interested. the history section is a lot to take in but other than that the book flows nicelyPublished 3 months ago by David
Offers the reader a concise overview of Zen. A really fantastic collection of the author's work. Definitely a must-have.Published 5 months ago by P. Heimlich
Great book by a great author and source of information oon the subject as is Suzuki. Absolutely recommended for those interested in the subject matter no matter their knowlege... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jesús Da Silva
Suzuki's premise and Zen's premise is to explore why buddhists are engaging in meditation practice in the first place. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nigel
Suzuki's inspirational information gives one a taste of zen and Buddhism, for each must be personally practiced in order to really come to the fullest understanding of their... Read morePublished 16 months ago by LAVERN J. DE WILDE
The book is presented with clear and well explained topics that provide a good insight on the Zen philosophy of life.Published 20 months ago by Dan Davis