Books

  • Meditation

     

    We must keep a very wide view of meditation. 
    If you keep a mind that is clear like space, then everything is meditation. 
    There is walking meditation, chanting meditation, eating meditation. 
    When your mind is clear like space, then your mind is not moving as situations constantly change. 
    At that point, when you see, when you hear, when you smell, when you taste, when you touch, when you think, everything is meditation.
     


    By Zen Master Seung Sahn

  • Wake Up: What Am I ?
    Wake Up: What Am I ?

    The Teaching of Zen Master Su Bong

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  • The Whole World is a Single Flower
    The Whole World is a Single Flower 365 Kong-ans for Everyday Life. The first modern kong-an collection to apper many years; Christian, Taoist, and Buddhist sources. 267 pages.
  • Dropping Ashes on the Buddha
    Dropping Ashes on the Buddha The teaching of Zen Master Seung Sahn. Compiled and edited by Stephen Mitchell. A delightful, irreverent, and often hilarious record of interactions with Western students. 244 pages.
  • Only Don't Know
    Only Don't Know Teaching Letters of Zen Master Seung Sahn. Issues of work, relationships, and suffering are discussed as they relate to meditation practice. Primary Point Press edition, 1991. 204 pages.
  • The Compass of Zen
    The Compass of Zen This book comprised of talks by Zen Master Seung Sahn. The basic teachings of Buddhism is wonderfully presented in a simple and easy manner. A gem not to be missed.
  • Wanting Enlightenment is a Big Mistake
    Wanting Enlightenment is a Big Mistake Teachings of Zen Master Seung Sahn's teaching. 201 pages.