Publisher: Hanmaum Seonwon
Pub. Date: Aug. 2005
Paperback: 202 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 8.27 x 5.67 x 0.51
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About This Book
The Teachings of Seon Master Daehaeng
"Truth is not something that can be found or lost. Truth naturally arises when you believe in your foundation and entrust everything to it."
Seon Master Daehaeng's ability to reach out to a wide audience of both ordained and lay Buddhists is well documented in this anthology No River to Cross, No Raft to Find. Her method of teaching is disarmingly simple, but remarkably profound. She is widely known for her insight into people's character and her ability to draw on that insight to craft teachings that correspond precisely to the needs of her audience. Arranged like traditional Indian aphorisms, or "sutras," No River to Cross, No Raft to Find organizes Seon Master Daehaeng's teachings in a way that will be readily accessible to scholars and students alike. Seon Master Daehaeng emerges in this collection as one of the most creative and accessible of contemporary Korean Buddhist teachers, who can use even the most mundane of daily events as grist for the mill of Buddhist teaching and practice.
From the preface, by Professor Robert Buswell, Director of the Center for Buddhist Studies, UCLA
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