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Everyday Zen (Anglais) Broché – 22 février 1989

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Broché, 22 février 1989
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“An extraordinary book for ordinary people. It speaks about ultimate matters with ultimate simplicity.” (Robert Aiktken, Roshi, author of Taking the Path of Zen)

“Deals with the most important spiritual practice of all--how we can live awakened in our daily life.” (Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart and After the Ecstasy, the Laundry)

“An extraordinary book for ordinary people. It speaks about ultimate matters with ultimate simplicity.” (David Steindl-Rast, O.S.B, author of A Listening Heart)

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Everyday Zen offers a warm, engaging, uniquely American approach to using Zen to deal with the problems of daily living--love, relationships, fear, ambition, suffering. Beck shows how to live each moment to the fullest.

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This book contains very profound teachings which shed a lot of light on zen practice. Beck's no-nonsense style is also very engaging. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Identity of the Relative and the Absolute 12 mars 2015
Par Kathryn Pon - Publié sur
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This book is in the first stage Zen Mountain Monastery student reading list by Daido Roshi, dharma brother to Joko. This is a collection of dharma talks given to the robed sangha, after chanting "Prajna Paramita Heart Sutra" ("emptiness of the skandas"), "The Identity of the Relative and Absolute" ("like two arrows meeting in mid-air"), mystical dharanis and other liturgy. When I first picked up this book, I had a romantic dream of Zen. I was enamoured with the sounds of the clappers and bells, the ritual of three bowls, the smell of incense, my weight on the cushion. I imagined knowing conversation about suchness and shouts of kensho. Joko's book was the sharp strike/release of the stick. What my knotted muscles of ego yearned for and resisted. This book is about the intimacy of living. Of no escape. It is the antidote to butter-won't-melt-in-my-mouth aridness. Dear Reader, please consider these wise teachings to deepen your practice.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Buddhism Lite. Very lite. 12 mars 2015
Par John Harllee - Publié sur
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This book presents Zen Buddhism as a form of personal therapy. Joko actually says, "Our Zen training is designed to enable us to live comfortable lives." She has stripped Zen Buddhism of practically everything except meditation, the no-self doctrine, and closely related matters. She almost ignores other Buddhist concepts, such as emptiness, karma, and so on. Did you have the impression that Buddhism entailed belief in reincarnation? Nothing about that here. Did you believe Buddhism has an ethical code, no killing, no lying, etc.? Nothing about that here, save disapproval of anger. She criticizes religious practices that urge people to be unselfish. Her position is that ethical conduct and unselfishness can await realization (enlightenment). Is she right? There are some spectacular examples of American Zen masters behaving very badly indeed, notwithstanding their enlightenment. Zen (at least American Zen) tends to downplay Buddhism's ethical requirements and metaphysical concepts, but Joko takes it to an extreme. Maybe she is using "skillful means," i.e., dumbing Buddhism down so that ordinary Westerners won't have too much trouble buying into it. The requirement to follow a strict ethical code or an aspiration "to save all beings" might discourage some people from even starting. Or maybe she thinks her everyday Zen is all there is to say that's worthwhile. I can't tell.

Using Zen as personal therapy may actually work. Lots of people think it does, and Joko presents it very well. She seems to have been a wise and compassionate teacher.

Amazon's star system doesn't cope well with a book that the reviewer thinks is well done and yet has problems with. Ergo, four stars and the disparaging subject line.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This Book Brought me to Samadhi (for a little while ;) ) 1 février 2016
Par Jordan O. - Publié sur
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This book had a very profound affect on me during my solo retreat in the mountains of Washington. I certainly broke through my ego on that trip and was absolutely aware of my thoughts and sensations rising and falling. I also certainly became attached to this awareness and lost it (as always), but this book brought me there for sure. Very good stuff.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Good Guide on The Path 17 septembre 2014
Par Amanda Erickson - Publié sur
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As someone who's only been reading about Zen Buddhism for a year or two, I found this book to be the best one I bought. The concepts are explained simply, and I read it with yellow highlighter in hand, so I can now go back over the highlights at my leisure. I like the small paperback size, and take it with me to waiting rooms.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars Aren't Enough 3 mai 2000
Par More M - Publié sur
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I purchased this book back in 1992, got half-way through it, couldn't understand it, and put it down to read other things and go on with my life of everyday living, thinking, worrying, etc. that we all do in our lives. Not until a crisis of sorts came up in my life did I pick it up again. This time, it all made sense. Living life in the present moment, right here, now. Working at being less judgemental. Not looking for 'happiness' and instead finding joy in everyday life. I know it sounds like a lot of BS, but something changed after the second reading of this book, and now mundane aspects of my job are just me doing my work. I haven't changed religions, haven't joined a cult, haven't even attended a 'zendo' or 'sesshin.' But something has changed since reading this book. It could be the thing that changes your life, too. I know I've got a long way to go, but what a start! The companion second book by Joko is also highly recommended.
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