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  • Title: Zen 24/7: All Zen, All the Time
  • Author: Philip Toshio Sudo
  • ISBN: 9780062516787
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback

  • Zen 24 7 shows you how to make each moment a Zen moment in order to transform even your most ho hum days into once in a lifetime opportunities for spiritual growth and transcendence Daily koans, parables and meditations, along with Sudo s signature wit and modern day wisdom, challenge readers to stay rooted in the here and now look inward and open their mind to eternal tZen 24 7 shows you how to make each moment a Zen moment in order to transform even your most ho hum days into once in a lifetime opportunities for spiritual growth and transcendence Daily koans, parables and meditations, along with Sudo s signature wit and modern day wisdom, challenge readers to stay rooted in the here and now look inward and open their mind to eternal truths regard each day with wonder, hope and gratitude and recognise the divine in the mundane Paying attention to the countless, seemingly insignificant things we do every day, such as reading the paper, brushing our teeth, waiting in line and withdrawing cash from the ATM, becomes the pathway to a profound experience of life.
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    Commentaires:

    rahul
    Another zen story tells of a student who asked his master,“Please show me zen.”The master said, “I have to go relieve myself.”Upon returning, the master said, “Zen is like going tothe bathroom. I cannot go for you. You have to go foryourself.”

    Edwin Van Leeuwen
    lekker praktisch

    ConnieKuntz
    As much as I love zen moments, I do not actually strive to live a zen lifestyle. Should I? I read this wondering if it (the book, the author, the zen wisdom) might somehow inspire me to be more zen. It did, a little, and that's cool. Just the other day, someone was riding my bumper like a mofo and instead of thinking, "Who the hell does this motherfucker think he is?" I thought, "That motherfucker is going to kill someone, it better not be me, I'm pulling over and letting him pass." Zen, Connie [...]

    Anne Beardsley
    A nice, chatty little book.Just ruminations about life and small lessons in being mindful. Very well written. It follows a style of Zen that quotes at least as many Daoist sources as Buddhistmething that I found very nice. Interestingly, it misused (I think deliberately) a metaphor of Buddha's: he used it to show the foolishness of deriving pleasure from or growing attached to bits of this world, and the necessity of separating from them. This author used it to say that enjoying the simple pleas [...]

    Rebecca
    Nice easy read. Zen toothbrushing might be my favorite page (8): "No need to concern yourself with building a habit over time. Just do it today."Other gems:We all must die. We cannot choose our time. The Way of Zen is the resolute acceptance of death.Every day is a beautiful day.Love will endure through those whom we have loved.Life is sorrowful, but to be lived in joy.Find joy in the commonplace.Zen: Awaken to our true nature, to the timeless essence at our core that connects us to everything a [...]

    Adil
    This book opened with a touching preface. It's cute, humorous, short, sweet, and easy to read. Yet, it contains potential to evoke profound thoughts. I was deeply moved by it, to the extent that my moment-to-moment experience of reality showed signs of transformation in the following days. I highly recommend it as a book to read just for fun, or as a down-to-earth and sweet introduction into this elusive concept called Zen.

    Pamela
    Everyone should have this book bedside. Finding Zen in the most mundane, everyday things is so meaningful for those with hectic, busy lives. Taking the time to find humor and significance in a simple task is so motivational.

    Scott F
    Really got me to start thinking about life differently. In terms of the present moment. life changing book

    Daniel Lewis
    A very pleasant way to start or end the day. The introduction gives the book an aura of epicness that the banality of the book itself would otherwise not have.

    Angela L
    Fantastic book. Amusing yet extremely insightful. Easy to read and packed full of easy-to-understand lessons. I highly recommend it, especially for beginners and those curious about zen.

    Courtney Camp
    This book really does help me to have a peace of mind. Very effective. I read certain parts based on what I'm dealing with in a day. I love it.

    Arthur Johnson
    Fantastic introduction to Zen

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