Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean Zen



Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean ZenDon T Know Mind Is Our Enlightened Mind Before Ideas, Opinions, Or Concepts Arise To Create Suffering Practicing With Don T Know Mind Has Long Been A Central Concern Of Korean Zen Here, An American Zen Master In The Korean Lineage Brings The Teaching To Life By Using Stories About The Chinese And Korean Zen Masters As Jumping Off Points For His Own Teaching Don T Know Mindis A Clear, Direct, And Heartfelt Presentation Of Zen Teaching Applicable To Anyone, Both For Formal Practice And For All The Rest Of Life

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean Zen
  • Richard Shrobe
  • English
  • 14 May 2019
  • 1590301102

10 thoughts on “Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean Zen

  1. Barbara says:

    This is an excellent book for someone starting out with Buddhism who wants to understand the the basic principles, especially what is meant by Buddha nature Mr Shrobe explains concepts in a clear, easy to understand manner It is a must read for anyone who is seriously interesting in Zen Buddhism.

  2. Juliane Roell says:

    Not that many new things for one who is familiar with the teachings and stories used in the Kwan Um School of Zen, but a nice collection and presentation and some valuable extra commentary sometimes a bit wordy and repetitive and in its repetition overly complicated.

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