The Method of No-Method: The Chan Practice of Silent Illumination

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Shambhala Publications, 11 Nov 2008 - 144 halaman
Here is a spiritual practice uncomplicated enough for anyone to learn, yet rich enough to be worked with for a lifetime. The traditional Chan (Chinese Zen) practice called Silent Illumination begins with nothing more than putting aside all thoughts except the awareness of oneself "just sitting." It’s so simple in execution that it has sometimes been called the "method of no-method"—yet simple as it is, the practice is subtle and profound, with the potential for ever subtler refinements as the practitioner moves toward mastery of it. When fully penetrated, this radical form of emptying one’s busy mind-stream leads to perception of the vast ocean of pure awareness.

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Based on a seven-day retreat, this book provides both practical instruction in Hongzhi's method of silent illumination and a commentary on the work in which it was presented. It is transcribed from ... Baca ulasan lengkap


The First Day
The Second Day
The Third Day
The Fourth Day
The Fifth Day
The Sixth Day
End of Retreat
Excerpt from The Discourse
Get Hold of the Essence
The OxMind Is Free
All Things Manifest
Second Commentary
You and
The Wondrous
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Chan Master Sheng Yen (1930–2009) was a widely respected Taiwanese Chan (Chinese Zen) master who taught extensively in the West during the last thirty-one years of his life, with twenty-one centers throughout North America, as well as dozens of others throughout the world. He has co-led retreats with the Dalai Lama, and he is the author of numerous books in Chinese and English, including Song of Mind, The Method of No-Method, and his autobiography, Footprints in the Snow.

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