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The best-selling author of 'Everyday Zen' shows how to awaken to daily life and discover the ideal in the everyday, finding riches in our feelings, relationships, and work. 'Nothing Special' offers the r

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Charlotte Joko Beck, who passed away in 2011, was the founder and former head teacher at the Zen Center in San Diego.

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Charlotte "Yoko" Beck, ecrivaine americaine extraordinaire, revele dans ce livre, le secret de vivre la vie. "Nothing Special" explique comment c'est l'ego qui cree tous nos problemes. C'est une philosophie buddiste, bien sur, mais pas dans le sens pur du terme de l'Orient. Au fait, c'est un Buddisme modifie a notre vie occidentale, ce que rend ce livre special a la difference de les autres livres a elle. C'est a dire, a la base du livre sont les chapitres bases chaqun sur un metaphore qui rend son message plus claire et plus interessante. Par exemple,le chapitre, "Melting Ice Cubes"(Les Glacons qui fondent"), s'agit de l'idee que chaque personne peut etre comparee a "un glaçon."En outre, parce que la plupart de nous sont de "glacon dur " et impenetrable, le dommage est considerable au rencontre de l'autre qui est dur aussi. Mais , quand l'un et l'autre se fond un peu ,l'eau du glacon de l'un se melange avec celle de l'autre. C'est a dire, il y a un rencontre de merite avec l'autre .
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HASH(0x9b47bda4) étoiles sur 5 A Helpful Teaching 2 mars 2006
Par Mike in the Middle - Publié sur
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For years I was obsessed with Zen books. However, it wasn't until I came across Joko's books that I encountered the radical suggestion: OUR LIFE IS OUR PRACTICE!!! It was a real eye opener. I reread "Everyday Zen" three or four time in a row. My teachers in Rochester were pretty unimpressed; they thought that Joko was for people "who weren't ready for Zen." (One of them really did say that!) I thought otherwise; her work addressed the disconnect between a practice created for those in monasteries and the "self-centered dream" of our lives. It baffled me that people would be having "openings" in the Zendo and then treat their family like dirt after a retreat. She taught that working with our family "issues" (noticing our thoughts and resting in our physical experience) was not something separate from our practice on the cushions in the meditation hall. No duality.

I ended up working with Joko for about five years. She was (and is) every bit as remarkable in real life as she was in her book. There isn't a lot of drama in this practice. Our life becomes less of a soap opera and becomes more mundane. From that ordinariness emerge joy, compassion, love and all of the other aspects of our true nature. You might have fewer of the kind of lightening bolts of a traditional practice. Instead, you will have a grounded life that brings peace rather than pain into this world.
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HASH(0xae0c37b8) étoiles sur 5 Get back to Reality Zen 30 mars 2004
Par Beaumont Vance - Publié sur
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I am a buddhist.I have read a single talk out of this book every night for over a year. These are concise dharma talks. Zen is pretty new to the US, and many of the traditional Zen stories have to do with monks having exotic experiences. It is easy to get caught in these dreams of 13th century Japan. Joko brings us back from our dreams of a far away practice to doing our dishes while the kids yell in our house in Denver. She offers a sober message of being just here. You wont find a heartwarming Hallmark message here. Joko is as direct and harsh as reality. It is no fun to follow the teachings back to our drab old smelly life, so don't look for the book to be a fun escape. It is the opposite -- which is why it is so good.
The book is comprised of a series of talks from Joko and some questions from her students. Joko is an American and so the message couched in the familiar language of our culture. IT is not like reading Dogen, and is more accessible. I would recommend this work to anyone who is serious about---well words escape me. It is not quie accurate to say that it is for those who are serious about taking the Zen path. But for anyone who wants to learn to be present with their real life, this offers solid guidance as much as words can.
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HASH(0x9b82babc) étoiles sur 5 This book is amazing! 7 mai 1999
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This is the best book on zen practice that I have ever read . . . and I've read many books on this subject! Beck demystifies the process of living a compassionate life. Other books on this subject have left me feeling baffled and inadequate. Beck's approach helped me find some clarity. I HIGHLY recommend it.
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HASH(0x9af784b0) étoiles sur 5 A beautiful book that may change your life 5 juin 2003
Par Thomas Hochmann - Publié sur
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"Nothing Special" is indeed something very special. You don't have to be a student of Zen or Buddhism of any sort to enjoy and learn from this book. Beck, with her pleasant style that feels like she wrote the book just for you, has much to teach. And yet at the same time, very little to teach, as it is all so simple in the end.
This book will give you lots to think about. The stories, the experiences, the questions and answers. They get your mind going, and they will open your eyes if you take Beck's words to heart. "Nothing Special" is all about living a full life. Not an easy life, not a 100% happy and pain-free life, but a full life.
Much of what you may get from this book, you'll find you already knew. But along the way you may discover that you've learned something beyond the mere words and ideas on the pages - that there is perhaps a better way of living, one that embraces the good and the bad. Living for the sake of living. "Living Zen".
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HASH(0x9b480228) étoiles sur 5 Thank you to the previous 5 reviewers! 27 janvier 1999
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This is one of the best books I have ever read, and I have the thoughtful people who recommended it to thank. Joko Beck's straightforward, no nonsense approach makes Zen practice a day-to-day, moment-to-moment experience that truly changes the way you see yourself and the world, but ONLY if you work diligently. I love the way she refuses to promise a blissful, enlightened life, yet engages you to strive for pure joy, whether happy OR sad. I am now looking forward to reading Everyday Zen!
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