This book originated from a series of talks given by Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki to a small group is Los Altos, California. He joined their meditation periods once a week and afterwards answered their questions and tried to encourage them in their practice of Zen and help them solve the problems of life. His approach is informal, and he draws his examples from ordinary events and common sense. Zen is now and here, he is saying; it can be as meaningful for the West as for the East. But his fundamental teaching and practice and drawn from all the centuries of Zen Buddhism and especially from Dogen, one of the most important and creative of all Zen Masters.
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A hard cover edition with illustrated boards, black spine and white lettering. There is an illustrated, unclipped dust jacket with some foxing, toning, rubbing and tearing. There is some foxing and toning throughout but the text is clear and legible.
Publisher: John Weatherhill, Inc.
Publication date: 1972. Now in a protective plastic cover to prevent damage.
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