by Shokahu Okumura trans.
Shobogenzo-Zuimonki is a record of informal dharma talks by the 13th-century Japanese Zen teacher Eihei Dogen, as compiled by Dogen’s dharma successor Koun Ejo. The talks in this volume, which were given to an audience of disciples, visiting monks, and lay students, provide an accessible point of entry to Dogen’s profound and encyclopedic teachings. This translation, by Shohaku Okamura and Tom Wright, is notable for its lucidity and clarity.
232 pages, paperback
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