Hidden Zen: Practices for Sudden Awakening and Embodied Realization

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Price
$18.95  $17.62
Publisher
Shambhala
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Pages
320
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781611808469

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About the Author
MEIDO MOORE began his Zen training in 1988. Practicing in a lineage that preserves an approach called Zen-ken-sho, or unified training in Zen, physical culture, and the arts, he became a master martial arts teacher and was given Dharma transmission in 2008. In addition to serving as abbot of Korinji monastery outside of Madison, Wisconsin, Meido is guiding teacher of the international Korinji Rinzai Zen Community organization. He teaches and leads retreats throughout the United States and Europe.
Reviews
"A powerful and spirited offering of embodied methods for entering the dharma gates of absorption and awakening available to you in this very life. Meido Roshi shares some of his Rinzai Zen lineage's tools with masterful skill."--Dosho Port, author of Keep Me in Your Heart a While and translator of The Record of Empty Hall

"Hidden Zen is an outstanding offering with a unique integration of body practice and ways to cultivate the energy required to sharpen our awareness. Drawing deeply on Rinzai teachings, this book offers a missing link in Zen approaches, encouraging readers to develop a truly embodied practice in addition to sitting zazen. With practical application of esoteric Rinzai body techniques, readers of Meido Roshi's book will find a valuable vehicle for liberation and awakening."--Jules Shuzen Harris, author of Zen beyond Mindfulness

"The practices in this book carry the scent of pickled radish, incense, and indigo dye--they are soaked in the authenticity of Rinzai Zen's orally transmitted inner teachings. This practical and clear manual points to the essence of Zen as a full-bodied, cellular process to be investigated in all twenty-four hours of the day."--Corey Ichigen Hess, author of the Zen Embodiment blog