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review Buddha Recognizes Buddha 103 Inspired by the works of the great Zen master Dogen Buddha Recognizes Buddha considers how the principle of non duality finds expression in Buddhist practice Daishin Morgan looks at how we can understand ourselves and our relationship with others without dividing the world into opposites of right and wrong or good and bad and still find a basis for moral action There is no place for a God or an Absolute conceived as above or outside of experience as all things are undivided in their essentia.read & download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB à Daishin Morgan
review Buddha Recognizes Buddha 103 E One of the many implications of this is that Zen meditation should be understood as an expression of enlightenment rather than as a means to an end Daishin clarifies some of the implications of this outlook and shows the profound effect it can have on how we live RevDaishin Morgan is a disciple of the late RevMaster Jiyu Kennett founder of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives He has been a Zen Buddhist monk for 36 years and abbot of Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey in Northumberland since 1982.
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review Buddha Recognizes Buddha 103 L nature In the first part of the book Daishin looks at the role of the will faith hope cause and effect acceptance and other subjects from the perspective of non duality In the second part he goes on to offer an interpretation of the main scriptures that are used regularly in Soto Zen This book takes seriously the teaching that enlightenment is an ever present reality rather than a state we may realize at some future date Reality cannot be divided into enlightened and unenlightened existenc.
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- 24 September 2020