6 edition of Questions to a Zen Master found in the catalog.
Questions to a Zen Master
October 31, 1991
by Penguin (Non-Classics)
Written in English
|Contributions||Nancy Amphoux (Editor, Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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QUESTIONS TO A ZEN MASTER is a book of questions and answers with Taisen Deshimaru, a Zen monk who left Japan for France in the s and taught there until his death in Taisen Deshimaru was a Zen master, yes, but he was also a simple, ordinary man.
And it is this viewpoint that so enriches his explanation of Zen by: 4. QUESTIONS TO A ZEN MASTER is a book of questions and answers with Taisen Deshimaru, a Zen monk who left Japan for France in the s and taught there until his death in Taisen Deshimaru was a Zen master, yes, but he was also a simple, ordinary man.
And it is this viewpoint that so enriches his explanation of Zen Buddhism/5(11). Questions to a Zen Master book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. True religion, the great Japanese teacher Taisen Deshima /5(8).
About Questions to a Zen Master “True religion,” the great Japanese teacher Taisen Deshimaru wrote, “is not esoteric or mystical, it is not an exercise in well-being or gymnastics. True religion is the highest Way, the absolute Way: zazen.”. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Questions à un maître zen.
Description: xv, pages ; 21 cm: Other Titles. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Questions à un maître zen.
Responsibility: Taisen Deshimaru. A koan is a riddle or puzzle that Zen Buddhists use during meditation to help them unravel greater truths about the world and about themselves.
Zen masters have been testing their students with these stories, questions, or phrases for centuries. Many koans can be traced back to the collections of sayings amassed by Chinese priests in the 12th Author: Carol Kuruvilla.
Zen is the common between the two words and Shi means a teacher, therefore a Zen Master means a teacher of Zazen. But I think that we should be careful in thinking Zen. Because in Buddhism we sometimes find a strange fact, that the word Zen is sometimes used for representing a special meaning of something mystical.