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Buddhist Thought in India
Conze was a great scholar. His translations, especially of the Prajna literature (see Topic 9, Emptiness Teachings),...
Edward Conze
Oct 01, 1967
2. The Mind of Clover: Essays in Zen Buddhist Ethics
Robert Aiken Roshi's clear, insightful discussion of the complexities of Zen ethics, as they relate to personal and s...
Robert Aitken
Nov 01, 1984
Meditation on Emptiness
Very tough going. But some of Norman’s talks are based on a short technical section that is included. Probably a te...
Jeffrey Hopkins
Mar 25, 1996
 
Acerca del Trabajo en Zen
Zoketsu habla de la historia del trabajo y de la práctica del trabajar en Zen desde la China antigua hasta nuestros ...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Jan 01, 1997
 
The Highest Meaning of the Holy Truths
Bodhidharma meets Emporer Wu in this famous case. Can we meet ourselves with the same integrity?
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Aug 01, 1997
 
Sufrimiento y Fin del Sufrimiento
Zoketsu sugiere que respetemos las formas de la práctica en retiro. Si no lo hacemos, no llegaríamos al fin del suf...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 21, 1997
 
Seeing Things as they Actually Are
Drawing on teachings from quantum physics and Manjusri Bodhisattva, Zoketsu encourages us to see things as they actua...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 22, 1997
 
Sitting Down, Getting Up
To help us face the challenges of everyday living, Zoketsu explores the teachings of compassion, through three kinds ...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 22, 1997
 
Nonattachment
Norman talks about finding happiness by letting go of desire and aversion. He tells us that non-attachment does not m...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Feb 16, 1998
Abhidhamma Studies
Detailed and technical but lucid and reliable. For those who want to delve into abhidharma.
Ven Nyanaponika Thera
Mar 25, 1998