By Bernie Glassman,Taizan Maezumi,Daishin John Buksbazen,Wendy Egyoku Nakao,Chogyam Trungpa
The first components of the e-book discover enlightenment and fable: what's nature of enlightenement? What does it suggest to explain enlightenment as surprising or slow? what's the nature of myth, and the way can beware of the actual myth that masquerades as enlightenment? The 3rd half appears at "enlightenment in action"--what it capacity for somebody to residing and performing so as with the deep knowledge of enlightenment, and the way we will be able to perform studying "learning the right way to be happy" and luxuriate in serenity and transquility. the ultimate part is a relocating and strong firsthand account of 1 woman's solitary attention of the inner most truths--a tale that could turn into an thought for we all. The members to this quantity comprise a few the pioneering masters who have been seminal in supporting Zen take enterprise root in American soil.
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The Hazy Moon of Enlightenment: Part of the On Zen Practice collection by Bernie Glassman,Taizan Maezumi,Daishin John Buksbazen,Wendy Egyoku Nakao,Chogyam Trungpa