« Finding Our Way | Main | “Buddha Bob” and His Beauteous Beads »

June 11, 2010

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Chong Go Sunim

Thanks Barry,
I'll have to check that out, the author sounds like someone who's done some practicing.

Renée

Oh, very interesting, the video, the look inside the book and the author's speaking. I'm looking forward reading his thoughts. Thank you Barry! Your blog is wonderful!
Renée

The comments to this entry are closed.

About

  • Zen teachers sometimes use the Ten Ox Herding Pictures to describe the path of awakening. Within this metaphorical framework, the ox symbolizes the secretive, unruly human mind.

My Other Weblogs

Comments

  • I’m truly grateful to everyone who leaves a comment on this blog. Even though many comments are generous and thoughtful, I rarely respond. Thank you for your understanding.

American Zen

Thanks!

  • I extend grateful appreciation to my daughter, Susie, who designed this site; to Zen Master Seung Sahn, for crossing the ocean; and to all beings for their never-ending encouragement and teaching.
  • May we together attain enlightenment and save all beings from suffering.

Free e-Books

Finding the Ox