Dogen (1200-1253 C.E.) founded the Soto school of Zen Buddhism in Japan. His teachings are the very embodiment of the paradoxical blend of mystery and clarity that characterizes Zen. Dogen's approach to meditation has become perhaps the most influential Eastern spiritual practice in the Western world. The selections in this program are from Moon in a Dewdrop, and were chosen by Gary Snyder.More
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Uneven but rewarding
- Jason Comely "ZEN. LDS. GTD. FTW."
The reading is clean and concise. No sense of pretention or sanctimony. Snyder has opened my dharma ear.
I've always had difficulty reading Dogen; he just didn't make sense. Listening to him being read has been a revelation! His meaning is becoming more and more clear and I'm really beginning to like him. A lot.