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Other writings by Others on Zen or whatever

The whole Way of Zazen by Rindo Fujimoto and the whole booklet for the recorded The Way of Eiheiji: Zen Buddhist Ceremony can be found on the .Elsie Mitchell main page.

Three Lectures by Sotan Tatsugami Roshi

Venerable Old Master Tetsuzen Mukei Lecture

from Bodhisattva Archetypes: Classic Buddhist Guides to Awakening and their Modern Expression by Taigen Dan Leighton - An excerpt focusing on Mitsu Suzuki, Shunryu's widow

from 33 Fingers by Michael Wenger - on Maezumi

Remove the Seeker, Remove the Sought
by Stephan Bodian (On Zen and Advaita)

Sudden Awakening by John Tarrant  with art by Kaz Tanahashi

The Art of Living as Practice--HH Dilgo Khyentse

BUDDHA-NATURE --HH Dilgo Khyentse

Essential Advice for Solitary Meditation Practice by the late Dudjom Rinpoche.

Katy Butler on Adi Da

Buddha's First Sutra

 Pseudo Dionysius Mystical Theology - from Pseudo Dionysius: The Complete Works (Classics of Western Spirituality). This is the 1988 translation which I prefer over the one found on the Internet though I have no criticism of, nor am qualified to criticize, the latter which I have posted a link to a few times over the years. Jim Wilson of Many Rivers Books and Tea in Sebastopol CA turned me on to Pseudo Dionysius, calling his Mystical Theology the Heart Sutra of Christianity. The pseudo in his name means that the Dionysius was a pseudonym, a common practice for monks. - DC

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