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Soul in Zen

Soul in Zen

Tonight I’ll talk about trying to meld two great currents in late twentieth century western thought. One is depth psychology, which varies from being a passion to a cult, I suppose, but is very often usually important in the way we see the world. And the other is the perspective of the zen tradition–the Buddhist…

Spiritual Enlightenment

Spiritual Enlightenment

Zen for Americans THERE are many characteristic points of divergence between religion and philosophy, though they have so much in common that some scholars, broadly speaking, take religion for practical philosophy and philosophy for speculative religion. The difference between the two, however, is not merely that of practicability and theorization. It is, in my judgment,…

The Sutra of Forty-two Chapters

Zen for Americans HAVING attained Buddhahood, the World-honored One thought thus: “To be free from the passions and to be calm, this is the most excellent Way.” He was absorbed in Great Meditation, subdued all evil ones, and in Deer Park caused to revolve the Wheel of Dharma, which was the Fourfold Truth, and converted the five Bhikshus, Kaudinya,…

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