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Cat's yawn : the thirteen numbers published from 1940 to 1941 by the Buddhist Society of America, now the First Zen Institute of America : reproduced in facsimile, with foreword, appendix, glossary and index.

Author: Shigetsu Sasaki; First Zen Institute of America.
Publisher: New York : First Zen Institute of America, 1947.
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shigetsu Sasaki; First Zen Institute of America.
OCLC Number: 21917701
Notes: Reproduction of v. 1-v. 2, no. 1 (i.e. , p. 1-52; 1940 July-1941 July) of the monthly periodical published and largely written by the Zen Master Sōkei-an.
Appendix contains text intended for nos. never issued.--Foreword.
Description: [16] p., facsim. (52 p.), p. [53]-72 : ill., ports. ; 31 cm.
Contents: v. 1,#1. The man who is not a sky-dweller. Visiting Rinzai's temple: extracts from the article by ... Sogen Asahina in "Daijozen." Our lineage: 1. Memories of Soyen Shaku. Zenrin collection: Treading over the empty sky. The musk-cat sleeps. Blooming mountain flowers. The 2 kinds of non-ego. v. 1,#2. The 3 types of religious method. The transmission of the lamp: 1. Bodhidharma : translated from "Zoku-Kosoden." Our lineage: 2. Engakuji. Zenrin ... : If you scoop up water. ... Bodhidharma, the historical man : translated from the Japanese of Saito Kokubu ... v. 1,#3. The sky speaks. Transmission ... : 2. Eka : translated from "Zoku-Kosoden." The bride of Mero: a legend of Kwannon Bosatsu. Zenrin ... : The gust of west wind. ... Our lineage: 3. A modern Zen master. v. 1,#4. Concerning soul. Transmission ... : 3. Sosan : translated from "Rekidaihoboki." The alms-begging pilgrimage: extracts from the articles of Sosen Koide and Tosen Fujita in "Daijozen." Our lineage: 4. The tailless ox and his progeny. Zenrin ... : The autumn trees glow. ... v. 1,#5. In emptiness there is law. Transmission ... : 4. Doshin : translated from "Rekidaihoboki." Zenrin ... : As I fasten my horse. ... Our lineage: 5. Ryomo-an. Alms-begging pilgrimage: 2. v. 1,#6. It exists as it is. Transmission ... : 5. Konin : translated from "Keitoku Dentoroku." Our lineage: 6. Ryomo-an (concl.). Zenrin ... : The end-of-the-year snow. Alms-begging pilgrimage: 3. v. 1,#7. Return to your original state!. Transmission ... : 5. Konin (concluded): translated from "Keitoku Dentoroku." Mount Fuji and Taigado: a story of the famous Zen artist. To our readers. What is Buddhism? ... v. 1,#8. Parinirvana: "Zo-Agon", 44.1197 : translation. Transmission ... : 6. Eno : translated from "Keitoku Dentoroku." Zen training: the traditional method of the transmission of dharma. v. 1,#9. Talking about nothing. Transmission ... : 6. Eno (contin.). The holy ground of Kwannon: 1. The king of hell is beautiful. 25 Zen koans: 1. Repose of mind. v. 1,#10. Lumbini: "Zo-Agon" 23.604 : translation. Transmission ... : 6. Eno (contin.). Zenrin ... : Field-fire cannot wholly burn the weeds. He is a mountain man. The moons upon a thousand rivers. 25 Zen koans: 2. Shaka and Miroku are the slaves of another. v. 1,#11. The religion of tranquility. Transmission ... : 6. Eno (concluded). Zenrin ... : Though the rain has ceased. ... The holy ground of Kwannon: 2. The golden Kwannon of Nachi. 25 Zen koans: 3. The water of the West River. v. 1,#12. Where Bodhisattvas abide. The first English account of the Zen sect, its temples, priests, doctrine, ritual, Zazen, and Satori, extracted from E. Kaempfer's "The history of Japan", London, 1727. Notes on Kaempfer. Zenrin ... : I went forth early. ... v. 2,#1. Tathagata. The first English account of the Zen sect (concl.). Zenrin ... : Broken mirrors. ... 25 Zen koans: 4. The clatter of a broken tile. Appendix. Awakening is my teacher : "Chu-Agon-Kyo" 204 : translation. 25 Zen koans: 5. The relics of a wooden Buddha. Zenrin ... : My nap was delicious. ... --
Chinese character glossary --
Index.

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