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Don't-Know Mind: The Spirit of Korean Zenby Richard Shrobe
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"Don't-know mind" is our enlightened mind before ideas, opinions, or concepts arise to create suffering. Practicing with don't-know mind has long been a central concern of Korean Zen. Here, an American Zen master in the Korean lineage brings the teaching to life by using stories about the Chinese and Korean Zen masters as jumping-off points for his own teaching. Don't-Know Mind is a clear, direct, and heartfelt presentation of Zen teaching applicable to anyone, both for formal practice and for all the rest of life.
An accessible presentation of the distinctive flavour of Korean-style Zen.
The distinctive flavor of Korean Zen--presented accessibly in teachings that apply to anyone interested in Buddhism, from a prominent American Zen Master.
About the Author
Richard Shrobe (Zen Master Wu Kwang) is the guiding teacher of the Chogye International Zen Center in New York City. For more than twenty-five years he has been teaching in the Kwan Um School of Zen, the largest Zen organization in America. He is a musician, a social worker, and a certified Gestalt psychotherapist in private practice. He is also the author of Open Mouth Already a Mistake.
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