- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Wisdom Publications,U.S.
- Roshi, Taizan Maezumi
- 230 x 155 x 12 mm
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- 280 g
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How to Raise an Ox
ZEN Practice as Taught in Master Dogen's "Shobogenzo"199
In this work Francis Dojun Cook has translated ten practice-oriented chapters of Master Eihei Dogen's masterwork, the Shobogenzo, in which Dogen discusses what is involved in the wholehearted, moment-to-moment practice of Zen, with numerous examples from the lives of past masters.
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How to Raise an Ox is an outstanding introduction to the most important Zen master in Japanese history. Francis Dojun Cook provides a brilliant translation of ten carefully selected chapters from Dogen's masterpiece, Shobogenzo. These chapters are preceded by a series of short essays written by Cook, which distill the essence of what follows and provide an ideal introduction to it. These essays are masterpieces of lucidity and insight that help the reader to grasp the more subtle and elusive aspects of Dogen's profound and extraordinarily creative writing. - Jeremy Safran, Ph.D, Professor of Psychology, New School University.