Zen Reflections

Zen Reflections Are you caught up in frenetic pace of your life Chaotically bouncing from work to home to work competing for success but feeling completely disconnected from your own life Stop struggling against the

  • Title: Zen Reflections
  • Author: Robert Allen
  • ISBN: 9781586637118
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Are you caught up in frenetic pace of your life Chaotically bouncing from work to home to work, competing for success but feeling completely disconnected from your own life Stop struggling against the natural way of things and learn to appreciate your life moment by moment with this is collection of informative and amusing short essays on the nature and practice of Zen.Are you caught up in frenetic pace of your life Chaotically bouncing from work to home to work, competing for success but feeling completely disconnected from your own life Stop struggling against the natural way of things and learn to appreciate your life moment by moment with this is collection of informative and amusing short essays on the nature and practice of Zen Filled with inspirational teachings, this beautifully illustrated book offers a fresh take on Zen philosophy With wit and wisdom, Zen principles are related to the experiences of everyday, modern life at work, school, and home Refresh your outlook and appreciate the value of recognizing what can be changed and accepting what cannot Watch stress melt away, relationships grow stronger and your sense of living a full life renew itself Everyone can benefit from these bite sized pieces of thoroughly contemporary and entirely relevant Zen wisdom.

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    1. The best book on Zen that is written for the 21st century and from a very real and very practical Western perspective. And because of this it is the most accessible work I have come across.

    2. Zen is a word that sounds almost mystic, but it's really just being mindful in the here and now. I thought the way this book took everyday thinking and living and brought it down to the true nature of things was interesting and thought provoking.

    3. i was hoping for more from this bookbut it was just ok. it's a good one to pick up once in awhile for a little perspective, however. i often need to be reminded that "there is no mountain."

    4. This book makes a simple reason of mindfulness is in Buddhism. I found it very helpful and I was able to pick it up at any time, for two days, and carry-on. What a gift!

    5. 30 pages into this book I decided "This really doesn't interest me." But it kept drawing me in, until I could no longer resist finishing it, and wanting more.

    6. Very well written and clear writing on an opaque subject. I love it! Zen Reflections connects to me in the similar manner in which I experience Druidism.

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