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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,...
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Translated from the Sanskrit by Edward Conze
Table of Contents
01 - History
02 - Lead All Beings to Nirvana
03 - Practice Virtue
04 - Tagatha's Phenomenon Attributes
05 - Ask About the Future
06 - Explain Dharma
07 - Merit is Non-merit
08 - One Who has Entered, Once Returner, Never-Returner, and One Who is Fully Enlightened
09 - Dharma, Perfection, Existence, and Summary of Teaching
10 - Interlude
11 - Practice Virtue
12 - Renounce Virtue
13 - Interlude
14 - Lead All Beings to Nirvana
15 - What does Tathagata See
16 - Comments on the Mind
17 - Form is No-form
18 - Being is Non-being
19 - Summary of Dharma
20 - Examples of Misinterpretations
21 - Conclusion
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