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L'Esprit du Ch'an : Le Shin Jin Mei, aux…
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L'Esprit du Ch'an : Le Shin Jin Mei, aux sources chinoises du zen

by Taïsen Deshimaru

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> [3e millénaire]. Taisen Deshimaru, L’esprit du Ch'an. In: Revue 3e millénaire, n°55, Printemps 2000 – L’intelligence artificielle. p. 89. (Rubrique livres)
Le maître zen Taisen Deshimaru commente, verset après verset, le Shin Jin Mei, « poème sur la foi en l’esprit », écrit à la fin du VIe siècle par maître Sosan, troisième patriarche chinois après Bodhidharma et Hui Ko (Eka en Japonais), le maître de Dogen. Il s’agit du plus ancien texte du Ch'an chinois, qui donnera naissance six siècles plus tard à la Tradition zen.
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2000 – Ed. A. Michel – Coll. Spiritualités vivantes – 193 p.

> Par Daniel Robert (Amazon.fr), 6 avril 2011 : Le premier texte fondamental du Zen (5/5)
Poème chinois commun aux traditions Ch'an, Zen Rinzai et Soto, le Shin Jin Mei est un texte qui se lit très facilement et reste d’une grande fraîcheur. Les commentaires de maître Deshimaru le complètent parfaitement, de façon simple et directe. A lire et à détenir pour tout pratiquant ou toute personne intéressée par l’essence du Zen.
  Joop-le-philosophe | Nov 19, 2016 |
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