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A paragon of Zen house

Author: Sŏsan Taesa; OʼHyun Park
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2000.
Series: Asian thought and culture, v. 38.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The ultimate wisdom of Asia, brought to a focus in Zen House, is the realization that truth and reality must never be sought on the plane of opposition. It is the essence of idolatry to accord with what is less than the whole. Zen keeps humans away from the idolatry inherent in every form of partisanship.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sŏsan Taesa, 1520-1604.
Paragon of Zen house.
New York : Peter Lang, ©2000
(OCoLC)988862778
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sŏsan Taesa; OʼHyun Park
ISBN: 0820445452 9780820445458
OCLC Number: 41131791
Description: xviii, 198 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Xishan's Preface --
Blowing Rock's Preface --
Case I. One Thing --
Case II. The Stirring Of Ripples Without Wind --
Case III. Dharma --
Case IV. No Clinging To Names --
Case V. The Three Places --
Case VI. Losing Oneself In Words --
Case VII. A Phrase To Say --
Case VIII. The Gate Of Zen --
Case IX. The Root Of Mind --
Case X. The Pine Tree In Front Of Garden --
Case XI. Two Gates --
Case XII. Living Words --
Case XIII. Cracking A Gong'an --
Case XIV. Three Essential Things --
Case XV. Without Ceasing --
Case XVI. An Old Mouse Entering The Horn Of A Rhino --
Case XVII. To Bite An Iron Bull --
Case XVIII. Adjusting The Strings Of A Harp --
Case XIX. The Army Of 84,000 Maras --
Case XX. Worldly Passion Maras --
Case XXI. Karma --
Case XXII. Questions --
Case XXIII. Learners Of Words --
Case XXIV. Cracking One Thought --
Case XXV. Seeking For An Enlightened Teacher --
Case XXVI. Paying Attention To Your Deeds --
Case XXVII. Trusting In One's Mind.
Series Title: Asian thought and culture, v. 38.
Other Titles: Sŏnʼga kwigam.
Responsibility: Xishan ; translated and commented by OʼHyun Park.

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"The ultimate wisdom of Asia, brought to a focus in Zen House, is the realization that truth and reality must never be sought on the plane of opposition. It is the essence of idolatry to accord with what is less than the whole. Zen keeps humans away from the idolatry inherent in every form of partisanship.

This sixteenth century Chanjia Guijian (A Paragon of Zen House) has this distinct Zen spirit, which has been revealed in the eighth-century Liuzu Tanjing (The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch), the tenth century Chuan Deng Lu (The Transmission of the Lamp), the eleventh-century Biyanji (The Blue Cliff Record), and the thirteenth-century Mumenguan (the Gateless Gate)."--Jacket.

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