Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-246) and index.
|Statement||by Thomas Skead.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
This book explains zazen, the Zen teacher-student relationship, Zen literature, Zen ritual, Buddhist morality, Zen arts (including martial arts) and how all of these tie into the everyday life of a Zen student, in or out of a monastery. of Taking the Path of Zen, by Robert Aitken, Roshi. The Way of Zen is a non-fiction book on Zen Buddhism and Eastern philosophy by philosopher and religious scholar Alan was a bestseller and played a major role in introducing Buddhism to a mostly young, Western audience. Content. The Way of Zen is divided into two sections, the first which deals with the background and historical development of Zen Buddhism, and the latter which Cited by: © Zen development, llc. When I began my Zen training in , I was given basic instruction in zazen (Zen meditation, literally “seated Zen”). In addition to being taught how to establish my posture and concentration, I was told to breathe with my hara, not with my teachers explained further that hara is a Japanese word that refers to the lower abdomen and that I should always feel pressure in that area.
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