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Buddhism and Iconoclasm in East Asia: A History

by Fabio Rambelli & Eric Reinders

This is a cross-cultural study of the multifaceted relations between Buddhism, its materiality, and instances of religious violence and destruction in East Asia, which remains a vast and still largely unexplored...


Zen and Zen Classics volume 1: From the Upanishads to Huineng

by R. H. Blyth

This is not a dry scholarly book on Zen.

It is a fascinating introduction into a study of self-enlightenment and inner reason that has been a driving force of all Japanese culture. Written by Reginal Horace Blyth...


The Essence of Zen: The Teachings of Sekkei Harada

by Sekkei Harada & Daigaku Rumme

The Essence of Zen is an expert's guided tour of the ins and outs of the tradition's approach to meditation, enlightenment, and the oneness of all things. To read it is to enter into one of modern Japanese Zen's...


The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism

by Keith Dowman

Dzogchen, a tradition of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism, is considered by many to be an extremely powerful path to enlightenment. This ground-breaking book offers translations of four sacred texts of...


Zongmi on Chan

by Jeffrey Lyle Broughton

Japanese Zen often implies that textual learning ( gakumon) in Buddhism and personal experience ( taiken) in Zen are separate, but the career and writings of the Chinese Tang dynasty Chan master Guifeng Zongmi...


When a Woman Becomes a Religious Dynasty: The Samding Dorje Phagmo of Tibet

by Hildegard Diemberger & Marilyn Strathern

In the fifteenth century, the princess Chokyi Dronma was told by the leading spiritual masters of her time that she was the embodiment of the ancient Indian tantric deity Vajravarahi, known in Tibetan as Dorje...


Head, Eyes, Flesh, Blood: Giving Away the Body in Indian Buddhist Literature

by Reiko Ohnuma

Head, Eyes, Flesh, and Blood is the first comprehensive study of a central narrative theme in premodern South Asian Buddhist literature: the Buddha's bodily self-sacrifice during his previous lives as a bodhisattva....


Rude Awakening: Perils, Pitfalls, and Hard Truths of the Spiritual Path

by P. T. Mistlberger

We live in the Golden Age of publishing for spiritual, esoteric, and new age books of all conceivable stripes (and then there is the Internet). Amongst this wild proliferation of available information there...


Beyond Sanity and Madness: The Way of Zen Master Dogen

by Dennis Genpo Merzel

Zen Master Dogen (1200-1253), the founder of the Soto Zen sect in Japan and one of the most brilliant minds Japan has ever produced, was a true giant of Asian thought whose works are of an astounding richness...


Insight Into Emptiness

by Jampa Tegchok, Steve Carlier & Thubten Chodron

A former abbot of one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world, Khensur Jampa Tegchok has been teaching Westerners about Buddhism since the 1970s. With a deep respect for the intellectual capacity...


Mindfulness in the Garden: Zen Tools for Digging in the Dirt

by Zachiah Laurann Murray & Jason DeAntonis

Mindfulness in the Garden offers simple mindfulness verses (gathas) composed to connect the mind and body and to bring the reader/gardener’s awareness to the details of the present moment as they work in the...


A Flower Does Not Talk: Zen Essays

by Zenkei Shibayama

In A Flower Does Not Talk, the author describes the basic characteristics of Zen, the training it calls for, and the Zen Personality, before presenting three typical Zen writings accompanied by informative notes....


Buddhism in America

by Richard Hughes Hughes Seager

Over the past half century, Buddhism has grown from a transplanted philosophy to a full-fledged religious movement in America, rich in its own practices, leaders, adherents, and institutions. Long favored as...


Here Today, Zen Poetry

by Ken Noyle

Here is poetry as mod as flower children and hippies; a Warhol happening or sitar music. Ken Noyle is a "personal" poet who immediately demands his reader to be with him or agin him as he ruminates on many things...


The Cultural Practices of Modern Chinese Buddhism: Attuning the Dharma

by Francesca Tarocco

Buddhism in China during the late Qing and Republican period remained a powerful cultural and religious force. Francesca Tarocco is a rising star in this field and offers an innovative high-quality piece of...


The Buddhist Theory of Self-Cognition

by Zhihua Yao

This highly original work explores the concept of self-awareness or self-consciousness in Buddhist thought. Its central thesis is that the Buddhist theory of self-cognition originated in a soteriological discussion...


Don't Give Up Until You Do: From Mindfulness to Realization on the Buddhist Path

by Fred H. , MD Meyer

You Are What You Seek

The Buddhist experience of realization—and beyond that, enlightenment—is not reserved for monks on distant mountaintops. It is your birthright and can become the way you view yourself...


Along the Path: The Meditator's Companion to the Buddha's Land

by Michelle Decary & Kory Goldberg

This unique guidebook provides practical and inspiring information for meditators who plan to visit the sacred sites where the Buddha lived and taught in India and Nepal. The book offers a rich anthology of...


Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist

by Hee-Jin Kim & Taigen Dan Leighton

Eihei Dogen, the founder of the Japanese branch of the Soto Zen Buddhist school, is considered one of the world's most remarkable religious philosophers. Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist is a comprehensive introduction...


Opening the Eye of New Awareness

by Dalai Lama, Donald S. Lopez & Jeffrey Hopkins

Opening the Eye of New Awareness is a succinct, thorough overview of the doctrines of Buddhism as they have been practiced for a thousand years in Tibet. The Dalai Lama here discusses the need for religious...