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Two Zen classics

Mumonkan and Hekiganroku

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Published by Weatherhill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huikai, 1183-1260,
  • Yuanwu, 1063-1135,
  • Koan

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementtranslated with commentaries by Katsuki Sekida ; edited and introduced by A.V. Grimstone.
    ContributionsHuikai, 1183-1260., Yuanwu, 1063-1135.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ9289.H843 T94 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination413 p. ;
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4536443M
    ISBN 100834801310, 0834801302
    LC Control Number77002398

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The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (The Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

They are still used today in a variety of practice lineages, from traditional zendos to 5/5(20). Very good translation of the two main Classics Gateless Gate (wumenguan) and Blue Cliff Record (biyan lu). Be advised that since the translator was Japanese, all the names of the patriarchs and figures in the cases are in Japanese (therefore the book refers to the texts as mumonkan and hekiganroku, which are the Japanese pronunciations of the same Chinese terms/5.

The strange verbal paradoxes called koans have been used in Zen training to help students attain a direct realization of truths inexpressible in words. The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen /5(7).

The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (The Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

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: Two Zen Classics: Mumonkan and Hekiganroku: Stated FIRST EDITION. Translation with commentary of two of the most famous Zen koans.

Includes index and Dharma lineages. Cobalt blue cloth over boards is pristine, with brilliant gilt on spine. Binding is strong.

Inside pages are clean; a few pages are lightly creased starting at pg Book Edition: 1st Edition. The two works translated in this book,Mumonkan(Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku(Blue Cliff Record),both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (The Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

They are still used today in a variety of practice lineages, from traditional zendos to 5/5(17). The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen Range: $ - $1, The two works translated in this book, "Mumonkan "("The Gateless Gate ") and "Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record)," both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

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Volume Two of Classics of Buddhism and Zen contains teachings predominantly from the Japanese Zen tradition including the writings of Dogen, the founder and most venerated master of Japanese Zen.

Also included is a translation of the Carya-Gita, a collection of the teachings of famous tantric masters who lived during the illustrious Pala dynasty of old Bengal—a text with/5. The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (The Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

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Volume Two of Classics of Buddhism and Zen contains teachings predominantly from the Japanese Zen tradition including the writings of Dogen, the founder and most venerated master of Japanese Zen. Also included is a translation of the Carya-Gita, a collection of the teachings of famous tantric masters who lived during the illustrious Pala.

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Get this from a library. Two Zen classics: the Gateless gate and the Blue cliff records. [Kazuki Sekida; A V Grimstone; Huikai; Yuanwu;] -- The strange verbal paradoxes called koans have been used traditionally in Zen training to help students attain a direct realization of truths inexpressible in words.

The two works translated in this. Volume Two of Classics of Buddhism and Zen contains teachings predominantly from the Japanese Zen tradition including the writings of Dogen, the founder and most venerated master of Japanese Zen.

Also included is a translation of the Carya-Gita, a collection of the teachings of famous tantric masters who lived during the illustrious Pala dynasty of old Bengal—a text with striking parallels.

The two works translated in this book, Mumonkan (The Gateless Gate) and Hekiganroku (The Blue Cliff Record), both compiled during the Song dynasty in China, are the best known and most frequently studied koan collections, and are classics of Zen literature.

They are still used today in a variety of practice lineages, from traditional zendos to Brand: Shambhala. Volume Three of Classics of Buddhism and Zen contains translations of works by the key figures of Zen, including the Japanese master Dogen; Chinul, the twelfth-century Korean master; and Hakuin, founder of the Rinzai school.

Also included are selections from the Prajnaparamita, or "Perfection of Wisdom" sutras, a key source of the Zen tradition. The volume includes:Pages: The role of scripture in Zen. Contrary to the popular image, literature does play a role in the Zen-training.

Unsui, Zen-monks, "are expected to become familiar with the classics of the Zen canon". A review of the early historical documents and literature of early Zen masters clearly reveals that they were well versed in numerous Mahāyāna Buddhist sūtras.