An insightful look at Zen Buddhism concepts for anyone seeking a commitment to integrity and a personal spiritual awakening.
Explore what Zen Buddhism has to offer us as spiritual insight.
Once again Carlyle explores the deeper aspects of Zen thought with plain English explanations everyone can understand. Zen Buddhism – No Buddha, is for anyone who seeks to expand their own spirituality, strengthen their sense of integrity and grow as a spiritual person.
This book will appeal to skeptics, agnostics, atheists, humanists and anyone else who seeks to develop a sense of spirituality in their life. This is a look at how those who do not believe in the divine or god can translate the basic concepts of Zen Buddhism into their own quest for spiritual growth. This is not about Zen Buddhism itself or Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist meditation or how to be a Zen Buddhist. This is about recognizing the subtle concepts of Zen and applying them to our modern lives in a way that helps us understand what spirituality is and how to incorporate such into our daily lives. We deeply desire our own spiritual growth or spiritual awakening even when we have no religious affiliations. This book provides us with insight and truths we often overlook.
Whether you have studied Zen philosophy, Zen thought or Zen meditation, Zen Buddhism – No Buddha removes the Buddha and Buddhist trappings so we can get to the core of what our sense of spirituality and integrity should be. If you want to cultivate spiritual growth, develop a sense of personal integrity and dignity Zen Buddhist thought can offer you some profound insight into how we neglect our own integrity at our peril.
Carlyle explains in simple language how we cause our own grief and angst and how we can use Zen concepts to reset our view of the world and how we relate to others.