{epub pdf} The Wholehearted Way: A Translation of Ehihei Dogen's BendowaAuthor Kosho Uchiyama – Cheapnikeshoes.co

The Wholehearted Way Is A Translation Of Eihei Dogen S Bendowa, One Of The Primary Texts On Zen Practice Transcending Any Particular School Of Buddhism Or Religious Belief, Dogen S Profound And Poetic Writings Are Respected As A Pinnacle Of World Spiritual Literature Bendowa, Or A Talk On The Wholehearted Practice Of The Way, Was Written In 1231 A.D And Expresses Dogen S Teaching Of The Essential Meaning Of Zazen Seated Meditation And Its Practice This Edition Also Contains Commentary On Bendowa By Kosho Uchiyama Roshi, A Foreword By Taigen Daniel Leighton, And An Introduction By Shohaku Okumura, Both Of Whom Prepared This English Translation.

10 thoughts on “The Wholehearted Way: A Translation of Ehihei Dogen's Bendowa

  1. says:

    Strengthened my meditation practice like none other.

  2. says:

    Our practice is endless Enlightenment is beginningless Shohaku Okumura

  3. says:

    The commentary on this beautiful teaching is probably the most straighforward thing I ve read on Dogen and zazen Loving it.

  4. says:

    A beautiful book with rich, fascinating commentary by one of my favorite writers, Bendowa contains a Q A format section, in which Dogen Zenji answers questions from a beginning student.

  5. says:

    Great so far lots of good info Kinda dry though Its been a few weeks since I picked it up.

  6. says:

    Really beautiful someone called this Dogen s love letter to sitting zazen.