Zen Training has ratings and 39 reviews. Nick said: If you can get past the irony of learning about ineffable Zen teachings from a book, this is a ve. Zen training. BQ. S # Sekida, Katsuki, ^,t«„„«v.^. Zen training: methods and philosophy. / Katsuki Sekida ; edited, with an. Zen Training is a comprehensive handbook for zazen, seated meditation practice , and an authoritative presentation of the Zen path. The book marked a turning.
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However, it is more than worth it if you are serious about deepening your meditation. A great trqining for anyone seriously interested in Zen – be warned, it does tend to be a bit dry at times, zen training katsuki sekida the author added enough examples to aid in the reader relating to the topic to keep me interested and turning the pages.
Any book that begins with a chapter on “one-minute zazen” gets high marks from this impatient Westerner. Jun 18, Aygul A.
I don’t pretend to understand most of this traiing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Your email address will not be published. Newer Post Older Post Home. Sekida authored the book Zen Training: But now, returning to the book after a year and a half of steady zazen, I find it an zen training katsuki sekida “explainer” for many things I have experienced in sitting.
Also, the description of sekisa could have been better, using more pics and words. For anybody who really wants to zen training katsuki sekida zen meditation but cannot find a teacher or doesn’t want a teacher, which is also fine then this is the book you should be reading and re-reading. Someday you will have this kind of experience. Preview — Zen Training by Katsuki Sekida.
Zen Training: Methods and Philosophy by Katsuki Sekida
Jul 28, Evan Backer rated it really liked it. The book marked zen training katsuki sekida turning point in Zen literature in its critical reevaluation of the enlightenment experience, which the author believes has often been emphasized at the I raise this to point out, that “new age trash” is to you, as Sekida is to other Zen schools. Be warned — this is not a beach read.
The This book is zen training katsuki sekida Zazen, which is essentially meditation rather than esoteric koans, which is traininy associated with Zen. However, if you feel as though your technique could use some improvement, or if you’re having difficulty letting random thoughts move in and out of your consciousness, this book will benefit you greatly. In addition, Zen Training goes beyond the first flashes of enlightenment to explore how zen training katsuki sekida lives as well as trains in Zen.
Lots of information, though, so I need to read it many more times before it sinks in.
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Want to Read saving…. I learned to sekiea zazen from this book a long time zen training katsuki sekida. I’ve learned more about zen training katsuki sekida reading the first few chapters of this book than attending to several intro to meditation workshops for the last 2 years. It was one of the first books to demystify religion without debunking it, to explain hitherto esoteric practices in lucid, everyday terms.
That said, it does offer a very insightful analysis on the methodology of Zen training from an obvious expert. There’s no mumbo-jumbo here. I know this would go away with practice, however, I am not sure if I’ll follow it. There is a lot of “new age trash” out there, but this book seems to be the real deal.
It’s one of the few books I’ve come across that deals with the nitty gritty of zazen, zen training katsuki sekida sitting meditation. May 11, Jessica rated it really liked it.
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