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This book contains everything you need to know about Zen Buddhism to start using its wisdom in your daily life. Zen Buddhism is known for going beyond words, with the very specific purpose of catapulting the student toward the indescribable.
Spiritual masters of the past have been able to leave their physical bodies and walk the strands of space, sans corpus, in order to see their environment through nonphysical eyes. Some have been able to levitate their bodies. Others have performed miracles of every possible sort.
What actionable and realistic Zen methods will you learn to achieve inner peace?
How to perform various forms of meditation
How to combine the koan with meditation
How to practice Zen in your daily life
Also the following insights:
What to do when you feel angry
The Noble Eightfold Path
How to look at things from a new perspective
How to be aware of the present moment
How will your daily life improve?
Becoming far more responsible for those around you
Easier to feel unconditional compassion for the world
Find gratitude for everything that others might see as misfortune
Be a symbolic representation of truth
Rise above the ego's ignorance and separation
Find inner peace
Just some of the questions and topics we'll cover include:
What is Zen Buddhism?
The meaning of Zen
Zen history and diversity
Forms of meditation
Zen in daily life
Don't hesitate to download your copy today!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Vicki F-S on 07-15-16
Equates Zen with Scientology Practice
Is there anything you would change about this book?
There is very very little about practicing Zen in daily life in the book, and that discussion is odd.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The author discusses the history of Buddhism.
Did F. C. McAllister do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
There were no characters. The narrator is good.
Do you think Zen: How to Practice Zen Everywhere in Your Daily Life needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
This author draws parallels between Zen and Scientology. The author treats Zen and Scientology "clear"practice as being equal. I found this jarring, and In light of it, I wouldn't trust anything that this author writes about Zen.
Any additional comments?
Very disappointing, possibly dishonest..
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