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Sayings and Tales of ZEN Buddhism


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Sayings and Tales of ZEN Buddhism by William Wray
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The word 'Zen' is considered by many to be an abbreviation for Zen Buddhism. However, today Zen is not tied to any particular group: it is a way of life, discipline and thinking. Zen practitioners use sayings and scriptures to help them uncover the secrets of the universe. The most often used is the Koan, a nonsensical question given to students for meditation. The answer to one of the best-known koans 'What is the sound of one hand clapping?' is, of course, 'silence', the silence that permeates the universe. And for most of us unattainable without a good deal of practice, here is a treasury of such jewels of thought.

Author Biography

Playwright and author of a number of books on philosophical reflection. Organises lectures and workshops in practical philosophical themes and runs symposia offering practical philosophy.
Release date Australia
April 3rd, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Arcturus Publishing
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