A monk who had studied under the Zen master Kassan for a period of time. Then he left him to go to many other places for more Zen enquiry. However, he could not find any place that fitted him. Furthermore, at any place visited,...
Posted on Feb.03.2009 @ 02:32PM EDTbyCrazyHorse
A friend recommended this book. It is available on you tube in multiple segments.
The link is to part one.
I find a lot of Zen things in this audio book. Also a lot of help in understanding myself and the perceptions I have. What is true is always compatible with something else that is also true. IMO It may not be readily apparent but it pretty much has to be.
I am glad this book crossed my path
The entire audio book is available on other various download sites.