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Satori is a stage along the way, a gateless gate that must be entered on the path to enlightenment. With profound inspiration and consummate compassion, the founder of the Buddhist Society in London invites serious students of spiritual evolution to use Western techniques to achieve satori, the experience of unity and divinity in all aspects of being. Humphreys refocuses the wisdom of Zen for the Western reader and illuminates the arduous path to enlightenment.
The sincere seeker of spiritual growth is inspired to develop the ability to achieve satori, the experience of unity and divinity in all aspects of being.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 197) and index.