Hsin Hsin Ming

Autore: Seng-t'san
Editore: White Pine Press
ISBN: 9781893996144
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“The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences.”—Seng-t'san The Hsin Hsin Ming, Verses on the Faith-Mind by Seng-t'san, the third Chinese patriarch of Zen, is considered to be the first Chinese Zen document. Lucidly translated here by Richard B. Clark, it remains one of the most widely-admired and elegant of Zen writings, and is as relevant today as it was when it was written. In a world where stress seems unavoidable, Seng-t'san's words show us how to be fully aware of each moment.

Hsin Hsin Ming Verses On The Faith Mind By Sengtsan Third Zen Patriot

Autore: Hsuan-tsang
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Hsin Hsin Ming

Autore: Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
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ISBN: 9788172610036
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Presents an analysis and interpretation of Seng-tsʻan's 7th century text on Zen Buddhism, Hsin hsin ming.

Hsinhsinming

Autore: Richard B. Clarke
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Hsin Hsin Ming

Autore: Osho
Editore: Osho Media International
ISBN: 0880503467
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Understanding our minds and consciousness are topics high on everybody's list of important issues. Science and psychology are delivering every day captivating news of understanding in this area. In this extraordinary series of talks, Osho lays out a clear understanding of the difference between mind and consciousness, and the role that the brain plays in the two - a difference that Western science has been struggling to define for decades, but that Zen has known for centuries through first-hand experience. Along the way he also sheds light on the differences between meditation as practice and as a state of being, and what choiceless awareness really means in everyday life and relating. Osho relates to a classic Zen work, Hsin Hsin Ming, Verses on the Faith-Mind by Sosan [Seng-t’san] which is considered to be the first Chinese Zen document. It is extraordinarily straightforward in its message, cutting straight to the point of where it aims to take the Zen experience - to a state of thought-free awareness in the present moment.

Hsin Hsin Ming

Autore: Sengcan
Editore: White Pine Press (NY)
ISBN: 9780934834483
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Hsin Hsin Ming

Autore: Sengcan
Editore: Eric Putkonen
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The Book Of Nothing

Autore: Sengcan
Editore: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 9780740727252
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"The Book of Nothing, " or "Hsin Hsin Ming, " was written in the sixth century by Sosan, the third Zen patriarch. Long cherished by seekers on the path as a study in spiritual perfection, it is presented here in a new translation that is both beautifully illustrated and highly readable.

One Essence The Nondual Clarity Of An Ancient Zen Poem

Autore: Robert Wolfe
Editore: Karina Library
ISBN: 0982449178
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Faith In Mind

Autore: Master Sheng-Yen
Editore: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834826178
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The Supreme Way is not difficult If only you do not pick and choose. Neither love nor hate, And you will clearly understand. Be off by a hair, And you are as far from it as heaven and earth. These vivid lines begin one of the most beloved and commented upon of all Zen texts, the Hsin Hsin Ming ("Faith in Mind"), a sixth-century poem by the third Chan patriarch, Seng Ts’an. The Hsin Hsin Ming is a masterpiece of economy, expressing the profoundest truth of the enlightened mind in only a few short pages. Master Sheng Yen’s approach is unique among commentaries on the text: he views it as a supremely useful and practical guide to meditation practice. "I do not adopt a scholarly point of view or analytical approach," he says. "Rather, I use the poem as a taking-off point to inspire the practitioner and deal with issues that arise during the course of practice. True faith in mind is the belief grounded in realization that we have a fundamental, unmoving, and unchanging mind. This mind is precisely Buddha mind."

The Eye Never Sleeps

Autore: Dennis Genpo Merzel
Editore: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834824027
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The radical challenge of Zen Buddhism is to drop all assumptions and prejudices and experience the truth directly. American Zen teacher Dennis Genpo Merzel brings new life to this ancient wisdom through his commentaries on a classic Chinese Zen scripture, "Verses on Faith-Mind," by the Third Patriarch of Zen, Sosan Zenji. The author strikes to the heart of Zen with clarity and force, expressing in modern terms, to an American audience, the essential wisdom and compassion of Sosan Zenji's famous poem. Full of colorful Zen lore and personal anecdotes from Dennis Genpo Merzel's life, these talks impart the Buddha's teaching directly and intimately, illuminating in simple words the timeless questions and problems of day-to-day life.

Song Of Trusting The Heart

Autore: Tamarack Song
Editore: Sentient Publications
ISBN: 1591811759
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"Enlivening the spirit without overwhelming the mind, the poem Hsin-Hsin Ming, or Song of Trusting the Heart, was written in the sixth century by the third Zen patriarch of China. It is perhaps the most encompassing and profound statement of Zen awareness we have. A beautiful daily meditation guide, the book will become a year-round fixture in readers' lives. These haunting lyrics inspire a peaceful awakening that helps one see through attachments, judgments, and illusions"--

The Columbia History Of Chinese Literature

Autore: Victor H. Mair
Editore: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231109857
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Comprehensive yet portable, this account of the development of Chinese literature from the very beginning up to the present brings the riches of this august literary tradition into focus for the general reader. Organized chronologically with thematic chapters interspersed, the fifty-five original chapters by leading specialists cover all genres and periods of poetry, prose, fiction, and drama, with a special focus on such subjects as popular culture, the impact of religion upon literature, the role of women, and relationships with non-Sinitic languages and peoples.

A Drifting Boat

Autore: Jerome P. Seaton
Editore: White Pine Press (NY)
ISBN:
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This anthology gathers together over 1500 years of Chinese Zen (Ch'an) poetry from the earliest writing, including the Hsin Hsin Ming written by the 3rd Patriarch, to the poetry of monks in this century. Poets include Wang Wei, Li Po, Tu Fu, Yuan Mei, the crazy hermits Han-shan and Shih-te, as well as many anonymous monks and hermits.

Soul Sword

Autore: Vernon Kitabu Turner
Editore: Duncan Baird Publishers
ISBN: 1907486542
Grandezza: 39,68 MB
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Traces the spiritual epiphany experienced by the author when in spite of no martial arts training and under the guidance of a Japanese Zen master, he endured a dramatic trial by combat to become a black belt, in a reference that explains how to tap ancient wisdom to cultivate a warrior mind and overcome difficult obstacles. Original.

The Treasure Store Treatise Pao Tsang Lun And The Sinification Of Buddhism In Eighth Century China

Autore: ROBERT H. SHARF
Editore:
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Mystery"). In the process, I address the nature of Buddhist-Taoist interaction in the T'ang, and the evolution of an "gentry Taoism" in competition with "gentry Buddhism".

From Self To Self

Autore: Leo Hartong
Editore: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1626257361
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A compilation of expressions, questions and answers that came about in response to Leo's highly praised first book Awakening to the Dream. Leo writes with characteristic insight and uses metaphor to illuminate the paradoxical and apparently confusing nature of non-dual reality. His original writing is reinforced by a vast knowledge of non-duality in other spiritual traditions and he weaves these together with his own direct path to present clear pointers to contemporary seekers. An appropriately chosen quotation taken from various sources appears at the end of each short chapter. Also included at the end of the book is the full text of the Hsin-hsin Ming by the third Chan patriarch Seng-ts'an. “The words in this book repeatedly point to the essence which knows the reading as it takes place. Rather than an encouragement to follow a lengthy path, it is an invitation to step off the path. It does not point to 'your' awareness, but to Awareness itself in which the idea of 'you' appears. It does not point to 'your' beingness, but to the undeniable Beingness that appears as you.”

Coming To Terms With Chinese Buddhism

Autore: Robert H. Sharf
Editore: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN:
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Publisher Fact Sheet In this book, Richard Sharf meticulously analyses the historical, philological, & philosophical aspects of the Treasure Store Treatise, an eighth-century Buddho-Taoist work.

Zen Buddhism

Autore: O. B. Duane
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ISBN: 9781860195518
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Science And Civilisation In China Volume 3 Mathematics And The Sciences Of The Heavens And The Earth

Autore: Joseph Needham
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521058018
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After two volumes mainly introductory, Dr Needham now embarks upon his systematic study of the development of the natural sciences in China. The Sciences of the Earth follow: geography and cartography, geology, seismology and mineralogy. Dr Needham distinguishes parallel traditions of scientific cartography and religious cosmography in East and West, discussing orbocentric wheel-maps, the origins of the rectangular grid system, sailing charts and relief maps, Chinese survey methods, and the impact of Renaissance cartography on the East. Finally-and here Dr Needham's work has no Western predecessors-there are full accounts of the Chinese contribution to geology and mineralogy.